Our Impression Makers

Our Impression Makers

Robin Luce

Robin H. Luce / President

Robin’s genuine love of nature comes naturally – for one who grew up along Mobile Bay.   Fishing the bay and its rivers, watching the sun set over the wharf or catching a rare “jubilee” were the hallmark of days enjoyed outdoors for his large family with multiple generations along the Mississippi and Alabama coast. After graduating Louisiana State University with a degree in Business in 1977, he returned home to Mobile and joined the longtime family funeral home business. Managing more than 100 acres, groundskeeping and landscaping skills grew along with an innate passion for horticulture.

In 2004, Robin and Anna purchased the maintenance division of Jubilee Landscape – with roots as a 1970’s startup that grew into the dominant construction and maintenance company in the region. Rebranding the company to JubileeScape, Inc. – the Luce’s grew operations, scope of services and client base with a commitment to premium design, construction and installation.

Robin is a licensed General Contractor for the State of Alabama; an Alabama Certified Landscape Professional; Alabama Professional Landscape Plant Professional; Ornamental and Turf Pest Control Licensed Supervisor, and past-president of both the Rotary Club of Mobile and Mobile Botanical Gardens. When not spending time with his family, you’ll often find him tending his own spectacular garden at home in Point Clear.

Brant Taylor

Bryant Traylor/ Vice President

Bryant joined the JubileeScape team in 2008, and is the familiar face to customers throughout Spanish Fort, Daphne, Montrose, Fairhope and south to condominiums and homes along the Alabama gulf coast.

With a family tradition – father and both grandfathers – in farming, Bryant turned to “urban farming” and a career growing turf, trees and shrubs. Managing thousands of acres of row-crops from corn to cotton to peanuts? A breeze compared to the intricacies of irrigation, fertilization and…. moving a palm tree four stories to a swanky condo pool? You betcha. Next time you catch him, ask Bryant about the royal palms hoisted by crane to the lazy river at Turquoise Place, one of JubileeScape’s most challenging and eye-popping projects!

Bryant is a graduate of Auburn University’s renowned Horticulture Program, with a BS in Agriculture Business & Economics.  His many credentials include: Alabama Certified Landscape Professional; Urban Forester; Certified Irrigation Contractor; Alabama and Florida Certified Lawn & Ornamental Pest Control Supervisor and Commercial Fertilizer Applicator;   Florida Green Industries Best Management Practice; and a Certified EPA WaterSense Partner.

Thoughts about landscaping? “I like seeing the improvements in a customer’s property from the time we begin the job, whether new maintenance or a brand new installation. Looking back after the job is completed to see not only how we’ve improved a client’s landscape but increased a property’s value is really rewarding.”  Fun fact? Bryant was a member of a men’s quartet.  Favorite plant?  The sea foam camellia.  Oddest critter on the job? The wooly oak aphid that covered a live oak in what looked like dryer vent lint.  And if he were a tree? This proud Auburn grad would be… the oak at Toomer’s Corner.

Riley Hutchinson

Riley Hutchinson / Gulf Area Operations Manager

Riley’s smiling face and can-do attitude has been making impressions with us since 2016.  With a father that drew him to the green industry at the tender age of 9, Riley fell in love with a career that “allows me to work with my hands and admire a finished product.” He’s one of JubileeScape’s 12 Alabama Certified Landscape Professionals, with additional credentials in environmentally sensitive landscape tactics from the Florida Green Industries Best Management Practice program.

Oddest critter on the job? With an “office” along the beaches and yards of the Alabama coast, Riley has seen plenty of alligators and beautiful blue herons. Any plant he’d love to see thrive here? Apple trees. Most challenging assignment?  The pool at Turquoise Place.  JubileeScape removed all dirt from the planters along the 4th floor lazy river and replaced with fresh rooftop soil, plants and palm trees. Stopping traffic and managing a crane made for a memorable afternoon!  If he were a tree? Consider Riley a Medjool Date Palm.  And when he’s not making landscape impressions, he’s tinkering on cars and trucks.

Tim Cox

Tim Cox
Plant Health
Gulf Area Operations

Don Frank

Don Frank
Landscape Construction Manager

Forrest Beasley
Mobile Brnach Manager

Jeremy Pickett
Mobile Operations Manager

Brien Martin

Dennis Pritchett
Gulf Area Account Manager