I believe that landscape and our contact with it, material effects us all as individuals.
This impact comes from how this landscape came to be – literally the behaviour patterns and choices of the individuals that shaped each landscape are built into its “DNA” and we connect into that. Its impact changes how we think, how we connect to ourselves, each other and the world around us.
As a landscape intuitive, my role is to listen to how the landscape came to be, the patterns that formed it and identify those that will make a positive contribution and should be retained and those that it’s time to release. This then leads to what new design interventions I want to make with the marriage of both the landscape and the clients needs. Helping individuals and organisations understand the value of this, changes their response not only to the landscape under their custodianship but all landscape around them.