4 March 2016
With a keen interest in different landscapes and cultures, Elizabeth spent a year travelling in India, South America and South-east Asia before attending Cambridge University and then the London School of Economics to study Social Sciences. She then worked in strategy consultancy in London before deciding to pursue her love of design, gardens and landscapes as a career.
This move was inspired by a childhood spent in the Norfolk countryside and a lifelong interest in both our built and natural environments. She graduated with a Distinction from KLC School of Design where she also won the Historic Gardens award for a project at Long Barn in Kent.