I am a licentiate landscape architect and a 3D specialist with more than eight years’ professional experience. I am skilled in a range of visualisation techniques for landscape design and visual impact assessment.
I have produced photomontages for a large number of EIA reports, public inquiries, presentations and design competitions. The highlight so far was creating the visualisation for Cleve Hill, the site of the largest proposed solar park and energy storage facility in the UK and the first solar park greater than 50 MW and a nationally significant infrastructure project. I am now working to complete the Pathway to Chartership.
I am a very active. I love cooking and follow a healthy lifestyle, which led me to completing a diploma as nutrition adviser. I like to spend my evenings dancing, and I am a keen landscape and urban photographer.
Martha Schwartz. Her work inspired me to become a landscape architect.
‘Man's Search for Meaning’ by Viktor E. Frankl. The book is about the author’s imprisonment in Auschwitz and his struggle during this time to find reasons to live.
The Cathedral Square in Peterborough because of its use of water and how children, of all ages, interact with it.