I am a landscape architect, and before joining LDA Design I worked for a couple of international masterplanning studios where I gained experience in conservation-led masterplans, which will feed into the Vision 2030 for Saudi Arabia. I have also been lucky enough to live and work in Japan’s beautiful northern island of Hokkaido, where I designed adaptable public realm that would attract communities through Hokkaido’s extreme winters and warm summers.
Wherever the location, my aim is to apply thoughtful, site-specific solutions which keep human, ecological and physical connectivity central to create fun and resilient spaces.
In my spare time I like to be with my family and friends, travelling and cooking.
Rainbow Woods looking over my home city of Bath.
The floating, hot pink and 20-metre-high London Mastaba by Christo and Jeanne-Claude. Representing their determination to make art free for all.
'And the Mountains Echoed' by Khaled Hosseini