From using my pocket money as a kid to buy plants for my own little bit of my parents garden to the years spent at art school in London: gardens and design have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember so the decision to become a garden designer after spending years working in the arts was the perfect coming together of everything that I'd learnt. After studying at the internationally renowned London College of Garden Design based in Kew Gardens I gained experience designing and building gardens with other professionals before setting out on my own. ​

 

I love gardens - they are such a big part of peoples lives. My aim is to bring outdoor spaces to life using contemporary design and traditional plant knowledge. Drawing on my experience in the art and design world I create exciting yet practical gardens which fulfil the needs of my clients, while at the same time strive to always create something new and original. ​

 

Since starting up in 2015, I've managed to be shortlisted for RHS Young Designer of the Year in 2016. I am a pre-registered member of the Society of Garden Designers - the only professional body which represents garden designers in the UK.

 

This year, 2018, I'm very excited to be working with Macmillan Cancer Support on a show garden for RHS Chatsworth Flower Show in June. I'm working with Macmillan to highlight the vital part legacy giving plays in allowing them to help and support people affected by cancer.