J. DOUGLAS MACY, Emeritus
Douglas Macy is a landscape architect and founding partner of Walker Macy currently engaged with selected firm projects in an Emeritus capacity. With more than 40 years of experience in the profession, his work demonstrates a commitment to design excellence and stewardship of the built and natural environment and a tangible influence on the culture of landscape architecture in the Northwest. Throughout his tenure, he has collaborated with architects, engineers, artists, historians, and interpretive consultants to provide practical and elegant planning and design solutions for public and private clients; interpretive centers, environmental education, higher education, and programmed urban parks have been focal points of his career. Doug is very active in community service, has served on numerous boards and provided pro bono services to numerous organizations, including the Portland Japanese Garden, Pacific Northwest College of Art, and Northern Arizona University, among others. Doug’s influence in Portland can be felt through his participation in the design of some of the city’s most beloved spaces, including Pioneer Courthouse Square, the Vietnam Veterans of Oregon Memorial, and the PSU Urban Center Plaza. Doug is a graduate of University of Oregon’s School of Architecture and Allied Arts.