I am a chartered member of the Landscape Institute with seven years’ professional experience. I joined LDA Design as a graduate in 2012.
Since joining LDA I have worked on several flagship projects including: multiple phases of Battersea Power Station, One Nine Elms, Kings College Science Gallery and the Olympic Legacy Proposals. The huge scale of the Battersea project has allowed me to help deliver two temporary landscape projects from concept to completion, providing public access to the Power Station for the first time in the building’s long history. When Phase 1 of the project opens in Early Autumn, it will be a significant personal milestone for me, as well as LDA Design.
Outside of work I am a keen sportsman with interests in snowboarding, hiking, mountaineering and cycling.
The mountains. I worked as a snowboard coach for four years in Colorado in the United States, the Southern Alps and Mt Ruapehu in New Zealand, and have travelled all over the globe to snowboard in some of the most challenging and incredible conditions.
Gironimo! Riding the Very Terrible 1914 Tour of Italy by Tim Moore. Given to me by Andrew Harland.
I’d remove the pedestrian crossings , create a shared surface and ban car access at the weekends, then my roof terrace would be even better!