I’m a landscape architect in Arup’s urbanism and landscape team in London. I work on projects designing large-scale landscapes, smaller-scale community initiatives, and planning for resilience in cities.

I’m interested in how landscape architects can contribute not only to the liveability of cities but to their resilience and sustainability. This has influenced my work on projects such as the Garden Bridge, Thames Tunnel, and the Natural History Museum in London and recently a major national botanic garden in the Middle East. My current involvement with 100 Resilient Cities involves planning for resilience in Byblos, Lebanon.