After graduating from the Atelier d'Arts in Paris, Catherine Bosler moved to Los Angeles to study at UCLA. She graduated with a BA from the Department of Theater Film and Television and had a fulfilling 18-year career working as an Art Director/Production Designer for TV commercials and film productions.
When it was time for a change, she combined her design skills with the love of architecture and gardens to return back to UCLA and studied Landscape Architecture in the Landscape Architecture Program at UCLA Extension. Catherine presented her thesis in 2008 and graduated with distinction from the department for her presentation, "Baldwin Hills - The Reclamation of an Oil Field into a Multi-beneficial Energy Space".
Since graduating from UCLA, she has assisted in teaching Autocad at UCLA Landscape Architecture and freelanced with landscape designers and architects. In 2014 Catherine started her own company, Bosler Earth Design. Her first projects were from connections in the film world. From those first projects her reputation spread quickly by word of mouth and her business expanded. Catherine’s specialty in drought tolerant landscapes proved to be timely as California has moved into a prolonged drought. Catherine’s web site, boslerearthdesign.com, has allowed her style and creativity to go far beyond word of mouth. In 2015 she established a relationship with the designer web site Houzz and was selected Best of Houzz for 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. Her work has been featured by writers a number of times on Houzz as well.