Linda Schilling Cuellar is currently a PhD candidate at the Center for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths, University of London, with a master's in Urban Design from GSAPP, Columbia University, and an undergraduate degree in architecture from Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, in Chile.
Her research focuses on the commodification of nature through the lens of environmental policy protocols like environmental impact assessments. Her research proposal Landscape Ledgers, engages in the visual regimes inside Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA`s) that asses the environment in a transactional fashion by building baselines of items, ignoring the long-term implications of these ways of “seeing” that obscures ecological relationships.