Christina Moon began her career as a spatial design drafter for NASA consultants, architects, and petrochemical firms. This experience taught her to adapt to a variety of work flow and management styles; most importantly, working with this variety of disciplines taught her the value of documenting processes and design decisions. While working for these various companies, Christina spent her free time outside working in the garden, hiking, or camping. That’s when she decided to go back to school for a Master of Landscape Architecture where she could combine a love for outdoors and design. Since 2005, Christina has been privileged to work on park master plans, streetscapes, and planned communities throughout Texas. She enjoys researching and learning about new places and integrating native and well-adapted plant species into meaningful designs that bring people closer to the natural environment.
In her free time, Christina enjoys home improvement projects, restoring native prairie grasses and forbs, and educating herself and others on the benefits of creating and using herbal remedies. She is looking forward to working with the Asakura Robinson team to create beautiful, impactful spaces that positively affect people and the natural world.