Senior Landscape Architect

Chartered landscape architect with a background in gardening, landscape management and planting design, Jane specialises in the sustainable development of sensitive historic, ecological and coastal landscapes.  Working on award-winning projects across the UK and Ireland, she has collaborated with niche and multi-national design practices on a diverse range of historic and contemporary private residences and award-winning public projects involving urban regeneration, heritage, public art, healthcare, education, transport, sustainable housing and managed wilding.  Her work is characterised by an intuitive understanding of place and the creation of engaging landscapes which act as sanctuaries for humans and wildlife.

Her three-year tenure as a lecturer in Landscape Architecture at the University of Gloucestershire, teaching sustainable design and planting, involved management of the department’s education landscape, facilitating cross-disciplinary research and educating 14-16 year-olds in landscape design at the Design Academy and Cheltenham Design Festival.

Jane is a WildEast pledgee, assisting the Suffolk-based rewilding organisation in developing their educational graphic content.  She is also a writer, exploring the fascinating and complex relationship existing between humans and landscape.