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Cameron Blakely

Cameron is passionate about urban design and transportation. He has worked on several urban and mobility focused projects including the downtown Ogden Master Plan, downtown Daybreak plan, and the independent Rio Grande Plan. He is excited by the opportunities and constraints of growth along the Wasatch Front and hopes to make a positive impact on how people live and move around in this unique urban environment. Cameron received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning with an emphasis in sustainable systems from Utah State University in 2019.

“Since I was small, and despite growing up in rural Idaho, I have been passionate about urban systems, design, and mobility. Growing up, summer days were spent on the ditch bank building cities out of sand and wood. Now, as a designer, it's my greatest hope to create meaningful, real-world, urban spaces that are integrated with nature, transit-oriented, and equitable for the people that use them.”

  • Professional Highlights
    • Rio Grande Plan Co-Author (2020-Present)
    • Utah APA Outstanding Award: Ogden Master Plan (October 2019)
    • Utah ASLA Honor Award: Ogden Master Plan (May 2019)