Hannah Flynn

Hannah Michael Flynn


Hannah is a landscape designer and planner interested in multi-benefit green and blue infrastructure, urban ecology and biodiversity, livability and equity in urban design, and urban heat adaptation and mitigation. She has diverse experience with the Los Angeles River and its intersections with all of the above. She is a co-founder of Fifty-One Miles, a Los Angeles River-centric project that utilizes on-the-ground documentation and storytelling events to bring visibility to the human adaptations and emergent ecologies of a landscape designed to keep life out. Most recently, she has worked with Friends of the Los Angeles River to lead an afterschool project group of LAUSD high school students focused on landscape architecture and urban river ecology as part of the River Fellows program.

Outside of work, Hannah can be found planning her next sewing project, practicing aerial silks and trapeze, or hiking with her partner and her dog, stopping every couple of feet to log a plant observation in iNaturalist.

Education: M.L.A., Landscape Architecture + Urbanism, M.U.P., Urban Planning, Urban Design Concentration, B.A., Environmental Studies, Policy and Economics Concentration, Minor in Visual Arts

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