Landscape Architects who began their careers in the office of Thomas Church
Walter Guthrie who worked for Church from 1961 to 1973 before going out on his own establishing Johnson, Leffingwell and Guthrie.
Jack Stafford who began working for Church after graduating from UC Berkeley in 1950 and later went on to establish his own practice in the South Bay.
Douglas Baylis who worked for Church for four years before establishing his own practice.
Casey Kawamoto who worked for Church after graduating from UC Berkeley’s landscape architecture department. He drew the illustrations for Church’s book Gardens Are for People, later opening his own practice in 1960.