Blog articles from May, 2016

  • rhs chelsea flower show 2012

    This garden is inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement and its underlying ethos and principles where traditional craftsmanship was advocated. The key elements of the movement are all represented…

    • 28th December 2014
  • rhs chelsea flower show 2010

    I designed this garden as a metaphor for the different journeys one can take through life.  Several paths lead through the garden and the visitor is presented with a number…

    • 19th December 2014
  • rhs chelsea flower show 2008

    This was the last of 3 consecutive gardens I made for the charity and I chose to focus on the progress which they make in the fight against cancer.  There…

    • 15th December 2014
  • rhs chelsea flower show 2007

    At the time CRUK were running a campaign entitled ‘Together we will beat cancer’ and I used the word ‘Together’ for inspiration.  I designed a piece of sculpture made from…

    • 2nd December 2014
  • rhs chelsea flower show 2006

    Working with this charity was immensely satisfying as they perform such valuable work which touches so many people.  I used the garden to highlight three habits which have been shown…

    • 28th November 2014
  • rhs chelsea flower show 2005

    I always want a garden to be intriguing and engaging and if I can make people stop and think then I consider it a success.  Here the voids within the…

    • 14th November 2014
  • rhs chelsea flower show 2001

    My first Chelsea garden was a baptism of fire and sponsored by a shampoo for men with thinning hair so it was always going to be an unusual journey. I…

    • 10th November 2014