Robby Gilpin joined Studio Outside shortly after graduating from Texas A&M University in the summer of 2014 with a Bachelors in Landscape Architecture and a Minor in Urban Planning. Before starting his career, Robby worked in multiple industries of Landscape Architecture ranging from a small-scale residential company to a large-scale engineering firm. It didn’t take long for him to find that his passion lies with recreational projects such as camps, recreational planning, wildlife restoration, and sustainable practices. In particular, he loves to explore how conservation/recreational areas can be more than just aesthetically pleasing but also culturally and economically effective. Since joining Studio Outside, Robby has been involved with the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). He served as the Graphics Chair on the planning committee for the 2016 Texas ASLA Conference where he was in charge of creating a marketable logo and awards book for the conference.
Outside of the office, Robby enjoys playing golf, traveling to national parks with his wife, and rooting for his beloved Fightin’ Texas Aggies.