Founder and Owner at Endless Gardens
My diverse expertise includes organic and biodynamic horticulture, permaculture, ecosystem regeneration, bioremediation, water retention landscaping, post wildfire reforestation and landscape design and installation.
My formative years were spent primarily in the U.K., living and working in intentional ecological communities, including Coleg Elidyr, in Wales, and the Ark Permaculture Village, in Ireland. These experiences familiarized me with the practical solutions and tools that are available for humans to coexist in harmony with the natural world.
After finishing a three-year Biodynamic Apprenticeship at Oaklands Park in England, I proceeded to work for over a decade in the field of biodynamic and ecologically-centered horticulture, managing CSA ventures and designing and installing permaculture landscapes in Italy, Switzerland, Ireland, and the US. More recently I have been working on several ecosystem regeneration and water retention landscaping projects in Portugal and Greece.
I hold a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Bard College and a Permaculture Design Certification from The Center for Bioregional Living.
My life, work and educational experiences ultimately culminated in an informed and inspired practice for creating regenerative landscapes. Endless Gardens was created in 2012 as an entity from which to carry out this work.
Currently, I live in Columbia County, New York. When I’m not ‘eco-scaping,’ I’m hiking, dancing, taking time to study, or participating in a wide variety of ecosystem regeneration projects in other parts of the U.S. and overseas.
- Center for Bioregional Living, Ellenville, New York: Certification in Permaculture Design (2011)
- Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York: B.A. in Environmental Studies (2009)
- The Arc Permaculture Project, Burdautien, Ireland (1999)
- Oaklands Park, Gloucestershire, U.K.: Certification in Biodynamic Horticulture (1997)