Principal Landscape Architect
Skills and expertise
James has a wealth of experience in landscape architecture delivering projects across all sectors from large scale public realm to small scale sustainable drainage systems (SuDS) and community spaces. He has worked in both the public and private sector in the north and south of England.
Masterplanning, conceptual design, public realm design and construction detailing.
After finishing his degree, James worked in Bradford as a landscape designer delivering community spaces, following his diploma he joined Whitelaw Turkington in Leeds delivering numerous public realm schemes including the £6.5 m Doncaster Waterdale. In 2011 he returned to his home city of Bristol where he worked at local architects White Design as their Landscape Architect. He joined Landmark in March 2017.
Chartered Landscape Architect (2010)
Building with Nature Approved Assessor
DipLA Landscape Architecture (Leeds Met. 2007)
BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture (Leeds Met. 2004)
Diploma in Art Foundation (UWE 2001)
Washing cars for the local garage
Now known for
His no-nonsense approach
Walking the dog with his sons, family days at the allotment and eating and drinking in moderation