Clayton Beaudoin, Principal, PLA, ASLA, LEED AP
Clayton appreciates every opportunity to engage people in the creation of place. Through genuine collaboration with communities, clients and design teams, and mentoring of students and young professionals, Clayton leads with respect. He facilitates discussion among diverse voices and through challenging circumstances by maintaining a strong focus on every project’s values and opportunities.
As someone with deep roots in the Pacific Northwest, Clayton’s enthusiasm for place-based storytelling shows up in his work. He strives to design with the local ecology and history in mind, and is passionate about community-driven design, working hard to make his projects more sustainable, meaningful, and always more playful. This storytelling is manifested in projects like Tacoma’s Dune Peninsula at Point Defiance Park, Seattle Center’s Artists at Play and the Edwin Pratt Early Learning Center.
Clayton is a Principal at Site Workshop and a registered landscape architect, holding a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Washington and a Bachelor in Economics with a focus on Environmental and Natural Resources from Western Washington University.