I grew up in Barbados in the sixties and seventies when there was unprecedented changes happening to the environment. This affected me profoundly and I always wondered why development had to be in conflict with the nature. These observations and interest in art and environment led me to the field of landscape architecture.
I have been practicing landscape architecture since 1988 apprenticing in California, Hawaii, Italy and Barbados before establishing Talma Mill Studios in 1990. My passions include art, the environment, water sports, percussion music, travel and family all of which inform my practice of landscape architecture.
B.A., M.L.A. ASLA International, LEED Green Associate
Bachelor of Arts B.A. Double majoring in Science Technology & Society and International Development – Clark University – Worcester, Massachusetts, USA – 1985
Master of Landscape Architecture M.L.A. – California State Polytechnic University – Pomona, California, USA – 1988