Mr. Hilderbrand is a principal of Reed Hilderbrand, in Watertown, Massachusetts. The firm has been recognized with over 40 design awards in the United States. He is Adjunct Professor of Landscape Architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, where he has taught seminars, design studios, and foundation courses on the use of plants as a design medium since 1990; he is currently conducting sponsored research at Harvard on sustainable urban forestry practices in North America. Widely published as an author and critic on landscape architecture practice, his writings include The Miller Garden: Icon of Modernism, a monograph on the 1955 Miller Garden project of Eero Saarinen and Daniel Urban Kiley in Columbus, Indiana. In 2009 his exhibition on contemporary American practices, Reciprocities, was exhibited in Barcelona, Spain, for the Fifth European Landscape Biennial. He is a Fellow of American Society of Landscape Architects and of the American Academy in Rome.