Original Presentation Date: June 23rd, 2021

In this special series of webinar presentations, we pull back the curtain on the design process. Top designers sit down with host Mike Nantz to discuss their creative processes and what drives them to create sophisticated and beautiful works of watershaping art. Gain practical insights and creative inspiration through images and illustrations from some of the industry’s finest practitioners of the art and craft of water. 

1:00 hour -Watershape University is authorized by IACET to offer 0.1 CEUs for this program.

CEUs are awarded for successfully logging completion of this webinar through the course curriculum page after viewing the lecture. Further instructions for registering your completion of this course are posted on the course curriculum page below the webinar recording.


  1. Explore the tenants and principles of Design.
  2. Interpret visual elements and how to present them to the viewer.
  3. Identify requirements to achieve both the Design aesthetic and technical requirements of any given project.
  4. Relate the presentation to students’ own creative processes and work products.

Juliet Wood is an interpreter of desires, concepts, and spaces.

She began as a fashion and marketing designer at the Arturo Tejada School Bogota, with experience in the design and creation of swimsuits and bodysuits.

Juliet moved to Atlanta, GA and fell in love with landscaping and water. She started working on renovation designs for Eco Pool Services, where she gained extensive experience in the art and craft of exterior spaces. She decided to reinforce her expertise through further education by studying with Genesis, in the area of water shape design, and in Emory University's Landscape Design program.

She has worked on several projects around the states, where she has been able to showcase her love for art and designer, without neglecting functionality and aesthetics.

A free Wolfpack Webinar

This course is part of our Weekly Wolfpack Webinar series, conducted live every Wednesday at 3pm Eastern/Noon Pacific, and archived as a recording shortly after the live session concludes.