Homes & Gardens|May 2020
Q Tell us a little about your background?
Growing up in the Cotswolds I have always had a love of landscape and some of my earliest memories are growing tomatoes and catching butterflies with my grandparents in their garden. My interests normally involve making things or solving problems and I think landscape architecture is a discipline that sits at the confluence of these two things.
Q What inspired you to work as a landscape architect?
I was first introduced to the idea watching Chelsea on the TV and reading about designers in magazines. Then, through a family friend, I was able to gain work experience with del Buono Gazerwitz in London and I fell in love with the job. I went on to study a Masters in Landscape Architecture at Leeds Beckett University.
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