Sarah Bond

Landscape Architect

Skills and expertise

Landscape Visual Impact Assessment for small to large scale mixed use and residential developments. Strategic level Green Infrastructure masterplanning. Planting design. Presentation Graphics.

Specialist interest

Green Infrastructure
Productive Landscapes
Plants


Career summary

Sarah worked for many years as an arts administrator and was part of a team producing open-air free public festivals on the South Bank in London. She then moved to the southwest and worked as a gardener and garden designer in Bath whilst gaining a RHS horticultural qualification and HNC in Garden Design and Planning. Sarah returned to university to train as a landscape architect and since graduating in 2010 she has worked on UK, European and International landscape design and planning projects before joining The Landmark Practice in January 2014.


Qualifications

Currently working towards becoming a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute

Post Graduate Diploma in Landscape Architecture (University of Gloucestershire 2008)
Garden Design & Planning HNC (Wiltshire College, 2006)
RHS General Certificate in Horticulture (Bridgewater College, 2003)
BA (Hons) Fine Art (University of Brighton, 1993)
Art and Design Foundation Diploma (Central St Martins, London, 1992)

First Job

Waitress at weddings / B&B cleaner

Now known for

Commuting on her bike and drinking decaf tea.

Loves

Being outdoors, nature and wildlife, her bicycle, dancing, gardening, art and architecture, Scandinavian dramas, cat called Winston.