I lead a multidisciplinary landscape architecture and design studio.
The practice works across various sites, scales & styles, from landscape design and urban interventions, to small-scale architectural projects. I have established myself as a forerunner in designing vibrant urban spaces, proving that through careful engagement with multiple stakeholders, the gap can be bridged between clients, government, and community. I have a specialism in high-quality, flexible or temporary projects that engage new audiences. Passionate about the natural and built environment, my projects help inform, influence and inspire the potential of the future permanent public realm, encouraging public participation and feedback from the outset, thus enabling further project evolution.
In 2019, I was appointed by the British Council to lead the Reframing Spaces project in Caracas, Venezuela, which led to the development of the Catalyst Cube. The project was selected as a finalist in the international Tactical Urbanism NOW design competition. I co-founded The Edible Bus Stop Design Studio created in 2011, recently stepping down to explore how I might incorporate my specialist skills into larger masterplans and strategy projects as an Associate at international Landscape Architecture and Urbanism studio, McGregor Coxall. I co-lead first year landscape architecture design studio at Greenwich University.