What makes Ivy Street unique?

Ivy Street Design unites creative vision and innovative ideas with respect for our clients’ goals, circumstances, and environments.

  • In business since 1992
  • Client-first philosophy
  • Quality design
  • M/WBE certified
  • Land stewardship

Meet the Team

Wendy Booth, PLA

President, Founder, Creative Director
Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture
Cornell University

Favorite Food: Chocolate Covered Toffee
Plants I am Excited About: Penstemmon Palmeri, Kentucky Coffee Tree, Flowering Almond
PLA #450

Kaylin Kittle, PLA

Senior Landscape Architect
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
University of Georgia

Favorite Food: Pistachio Ice Cream
Plants I am Excited About: Viburnum Lantana, Tanyosho Pine, Sweet Autumn Clematis 

Ian Ferguson, PLA

Landscape Architect
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
Colorado State University

Favorite Food: Salt and Vinegar Chips
Plants I am Excited About: Blue Spruce, Smoke Tree, Brunerra
PLA #1383

Edgar Rebollar Suarez

Landscape Designer
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
College of Environmental Design, University of Georgia

Favorite Food: Cheesecake
Plants I am Excited About: Joe Pye Weed, Muhly Grass, Japanese Maple

McKinley Parks

Landscape Designer
Bachelor of Environmental Design/Landscape Architecture
University of Colorado Boulder

Plants I am Excited About: Purple Sensation Allium, Sunset Hyssop, and Ginko Biloba

Todd Miller

Office Manager/Book Keeping
Bachelor of Arts
Rochester Institute of Technology

Favorite Food: Chips & Salsa
Plants I am Excited About: Purple Coneflower, Wild Mushrooms, Mimosa Tenuiflora


  • Foster positive relationships between people and nature
  • Create inspiring and meaningful landscape architecture
  • Make innovative and regenerative choices with respect to the environment
  • Explore ideas from a range of cultures and generations, as diversity breeds creativity
  • Share the passion of our work with our clients and colleagues


Wendy’s dedication to the design world goes beyond project work.  Wendy led the Front Range Community College landscape design program from 2007-2012. She is also an active public speaker, with multiple lectures at Colorado’s landscape industry conference and trade show, ProGreen EXPO. In 2018 Wendy provided the keynote address for Women in Horticulture luncheon.

One of her greatest achievements was serving as the president of the Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado (ALCC) in 2007 – the first female president in the organization. Her tenure helped give rise to more women leaders in landscape architecture and construction. Wendy remains deeply committed to increasing gender, racial and cultural diversity in architecture and engineering.