I joined LDA Design in 2022 as a consultant landscape planner and I am currently finishing off my MA Landscape Architecture at the University of Gloucestershire. My dissertation is on green-blue infrastructure as a response to climate change in anthropogenic urban environments. I am extremely passionate about what we can do within landscape/urban/environmental planning and design to aid in climate change mitigation and adaptation, and on renewable energy.
This interest began during my undergraduate degree in Environmental Literature at the University of Pittsburgh, during which I studied various texts regarding the Anthropocene and tracking global warming throughout literary history. I also studied French, Gaeilge (Irish), Architecture and Forensic Anthropology.
In my free time, I enjoy reading, painting, exploring and organising (I especially like rearranging my bookshelves). Due to my family and friends living in various countries around the world, travelling is a big part of my life. I also love trying new activities, and I’d like to get into baking next.
William Wordsworth. His writing about the English countryside motivated me to pursue a career relating to the preservation of the environment.
The sky! I adore the views of the landscapes and clouds below when looking out of a plane window.
The various paths up and down Snowdon in Wales. Regardless of weather conditions, the views are always beautiful.