Anthony Fox

Senior Associate

Anthony grew up building forts and bike trails around his neighborhood outside of St. Louis, Missouri, a rural area with forests and farms. He attended high school focused on musical performance and he emerged aspiring to study acoustics and design performance halls, like the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN. Eventually, this clarified a desire to bring people together in meaningful spaces when Anthony found landscape architecture. He received his NB-MLA from Kansas State University, where he currently serves as chair of the Professional Advisory Board for the College of Architecture, Planning, and Design. Prior to joining Reed Hilderbrand, Anthony worked at Sasaki, and later DumontJanks, where he collaborated with the University of Virginia, Harvard Kennedy School, The Ohio State University, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the University of Texas in Austin. Having joined Reed Hilderbrand in 2019, Anthony has worked on Tampa’s Water Street District, the Alamo Plaza in San Antonio, and the Aslan Foundation’s Eugenia Williams House in Knoxville. In his spare time, Anthony can be found working in his garden, restoring his 1897 home, or exploring the forest and river with his family.