Sally’s early experience in the design of landscapes for botanical gardens and zoos instilled in her a lifelong interest in interdisciplinary collaboration, landscape technology, conservation, and horticulture. As a senior landscape architect with Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, she was project manager for the award-winning Landscape Master Plan for Wellesley College and multiple planning and design projects for Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and Museum of Art.
In 2002, Sally joined Quentin as a partner in Rampantly Creative. Her site-based approach to design proved a complementary balance to Quentin’s abundant creativity. She brings to her work passion and an appreciation for detail and clarity.
Sally has taught courses in sustainable design and site planning at Boston Architectural College and landscape technology at Rhode Island School of Design; she was a Principal Instructor for two years at Harvard Design School’s Career Discovery Program in Landscape Architecture.
Sally received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from The University of Florida in1986 with honors and a Master of Landscape Architecture in 1995 from The Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. Sally is a licensed landscape architect in Florida and Massachusetts and CLARB certified.
On the weekends Sally enjoys spending time with family, gardening, exploring Florida’s natural and cultural landscapes, and sweep rowing on Lake Fairview with Orlando Rowing Club.
Trained as painter and print-maker, Quentin approaches landscape design with the craft of a visual artist. Quentin has accumulated thirty-five years’ experience in the design, art direction and implementation of a variety of landscapes and ‘sculpted environments.’
Quentin was raised in Western Canada where years of experiences in the Rocky Mountains inspired a deep curiosity of the natural world. His ability to perceive and understand patterns in the landscape provides critical insight into both the analytical and conceptual bases of Coyle & Caron’s studio projects.
Quentin received a diploma of Applied Art from the Alberta College of Art and an MFA with an emphasis in painting and printmaking from Columbia University in 1986. When he is not painting in his studio, Quentin enjoys science fiction, anime, chamber music and the company of friends.
Kaley Dunlap joined Coyle & Caron in 2017. She is currently designing a series of new habitats at Stone Zoo including a large walk-through aviary for Caribbean Flamingo, a grasslands habitat for Bush Dogs and a children’s play area. The overall conceptual focus is on water conservation both locally as it relates to the Zoo and global impacts as a result of habitat encroachment and climate change.
Prior to joining CCLA Kaley worked on commercial and transportation development projects including Sun Rail Central Florida where she enjoyed the immediate benefits of commuting by public transit.
Outside of work Kaley enjoys gardening, cycling, running, and participating in grassroots organizations in her neighborhood and the greater Orlando community.
Kaley graduated with high honors from the University of Florida in 2012 with a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture. She is a licensed landscape architect in Florida.