I started my landscape architecture journey studying in Canada, then continuing in Russia, Japan, and the UK, finally graduating from the University of Sheffield in 2019 with a master’s in Landscape Architecture. I’m open to studying more in the future.
My career so far has been focussed on concept and design development for public realm projects, parks and masterplans. I have also worked in park management and I took part in research into ecosystem services. Currently, I’m busy developing designs for the new Sports Ireland campus in Dublin, working on public realm projects in or around London, and contributing to the occasional competition or bid.
In my free time, I enjoy tinkering with 3D printers and DIY projects. I’m easily inspired and can get caught up trying the most random things. I enjoy exploring new places, travelling, and photography.
My field back home in Russia. Whether it’s the slowly creeping fog at dusk, the blazing red clouds at sunset, or the double rainbows after a gentle shower – there is always something in that landscape that surprises me.
The terrace at the Isuien Garden in Nara. The rolling hills and gently flowing water take my mind from the daily rush and put it in a state of calm and tranquillity.
A man cycling through Elephant and Castle with a mattress on his back. Moments later, he attempted to board a bus with both mattress and bike in hand when it started to rain!