About me

After a successful 20 year career in Graphic Design at some of London’s leading agencies Tina followed her passion for design away from the corporate world and into the natural world.

With a strong belief that good design can enhance peoples’ lives, whether it be through spatial awareness or visual stimulation and the power of colour, Tina believes that good design can change our mood. When you couple this with the power of nature, the results can be extraordinary.

Tina is passionate about letting a little more ‘wild’ into our gardens, creating beautiful spaces with people and planet at their heart. While studying Garden Design at KLC in London Tina has created beautiful gardens and won Best in Show at The Belvoir Castle Flower and Garden Show 2019 for her first show piece, The Rewilding Hedgerow Border. She won again at her second show, BBC Gardeners' World Live Special Edition 2021. The Meadow Border was awarded a Platinum medal and the accolade of Best Beautiful Border.

“Tina is passionate about letting a little more ‘wild’ into our gardens”

Originally from the Isle of Wight, Tina studied at Falmouth and Somerset Schools of Art before moving to London to live and work. In 2020, before the pandemic hit, Tina and her family decided to leave London for a more rural setting and a life closer to nature. Now living in Worcestershire Tina is currently designing their 2.5 acre plot. The wildflower meadow has already been sown, the orchard has been designed and the hedgerows are being restored.