I am a graduate landscape architect in the Edinburgh office.
I recently graduated from the University of Edinburgh, where in my final year I focused on designing with the imaginary, along with understanding how designed systems can be employed to drive community driven change in urban public spaces. During my time at university, I have gained a good understanding of AutoCAD, Adobe software and modelling programs such as Sketchup and Rhino.
My design values revolve fundamentally around connectivity and scale. I look to understand the potential of spaces within multiple contexts, from the very localised to the wider framework, and what role these spaces can undertake now and in the future.
Alongside this, I wish to understand how space and users can be better integrated and connected, with a view that through better connectivity can spatial frameworks be better used, enjoyed and sustainably utilised.
Proud to be in TGP
TGP presented itself as a fantastic studio from which to develop my overall skillset as a designer. I am very happy to have joined such a friendly and welcoming company, where I am being utilised on a wide range of projects that will enhance my skills and help me gain a better understanding of our profession.