Paul knew what his passion was since he was a child. He began his landscape career at the age of ten and never changed courses, just refined his niche in the industry. Little did Paul know, his summer gathering place as a child (Goodwin's Greenhouse) was to become the start of a new venture in his landscape career. When it came time for college, Paul traveled north to the University of Illinois to study Landscape Architecture. Four years of study strengthened his interest and reassured Paul he was on the correct path for his life's work. After receiving his BLA and working summers as a laborer for a landscape company in Memphis, Paul earned a Master's in Landscape Architecture at LSU. It was during his last couple of months in Baton Rouge when Goodwin's availability was discovered and Paul's career began to take shape. Paul and his wife bought Good Winds Landscape and Garden Center in 1999. After many memorable challenges and accomplishments, Good Winds has become exactly what Paul and Victoria envisioned.
Kenny Tsai grew up in Anchorage, Alaska, and spent most of his time in California. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture from California Polytechnic State University. He also studied and worked in Japan for a year to gain perspectives in Asian landscape architectural designs. He has been fortunate to work on interesting projects, such as Legoland in Carlsbad, California, Pebble Beach Golf course, Pebble Beach California, Space World Theme Park in Kita Kyushu, Japan, Hollywood Fitness Center in Taipei, Taiwan, California Fitness Center in Shanghai, China. Kenny relocated to Germantown from Los Angeles in 2018 with his wife, Sharon, and two daughters, Kimberly and Sophia. They enjoy the 4 seasons weather and the warm Southern hospitality in Germantown, and do not miss the traffic in Los Angeles. They now call Germantown their new home. In his free time, Kenny enjoys all kinds of sports, especially golf. He also likes to travel to see different designs around the world. So far, he visited over 25 countries.