Llewellyn is the President and Founder of Living City Block. LCB is currently operating its pilot project in the historic Lower Downtown neighborhood of Denver, Colorado while launching its first Sister Cities projects in Washington, DC’s 14th & U District and Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal District. LCB is in early development phase with communities in Indianapolis, Durham, NC, and Boston, as well as in Santa Marta, Colombia. Living City Block will create a replicable, exportable, scalable and financially viable framework for the resource efficient regeneration of existing cities, one block at a time. LCB works in the primarily unattended marketplace of small to medium sized commercial buildings and the communities they comprise.
Prior to founding Living City Block, Llew spent two and a half years as the Vice President of Communications at Rocky Mountain Institute. Living City Block began as an initiative at RMI. Llew also spent twenty four years working as a production manager and then producer in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles, working on such highly acclaimed independent films as Bagdad Café, The Grifters, Dogfight and Under Suspicion. Llewellyn won five Emmy awards, a Golden Globe and two Producers Guild awards as one of the original producers of the television series The West Wing.