Chris was born and raised in rural Suffolk. He escaped to London where he studied Landscape Architecture at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels at Kingston University, prior to becoming a chartered Landscape Architect in 2004.
Some years later, after delivering a range of landscape and multidisciplinary civic design projects, he completed his Part I at the London Metropolitan University where he won the best Integrated Design Audit prize and was nominated for the RIBA Bronze medal, the ELAG Sustainability award.
Chris is interested in contextual responses and design narrative, whether that be cultural, economical or environmental, and strives to make considered and referenced solutions to complex sites and communities.
Outside of work and study, Chris enjoys playing squash, painting and spending time with his family.