Recent Publications + Work Featured In

 Cheshire Life, The Cheshire Magazine & Living Edge

Summer 2014 – Kirkdale Country Garden features

 

The art of superior doodling

Landscape Journal article- Autumn 2009
 

 Sunday Telegraph Stella Magazine

Interview with Andy Thomson – 22nd June 2014

How to Grow a Scented Garden

 

‘It’s not how good you are, its how good you want to be’

Landscape Journal – Spring 2009

Paper calling for Landscape Architects to reach into the worlds of film, literature and music for creative inspiration.

 

The Fairytale of Burscough Bridge Book

Exhibition Catalogue – 2008

 

md [Germany] Project Feature November 2011

Licht und Schatten [Light and Shadow, page 30-31]

Country Life [UK]   Project Article-  September 2010

In the Orchard of ‘Dappled Things’ – Angel Field  [page 90]
 

 

International New Landscape [China]   Practice Feature – August 2010

Interpretation of Modern British Landscape Architecture

[pages 96 – 111]
 

 

International Design Scout [Germany]   Project Feature – Feb. 2010

Stone Circle – Drift Park Lighting [pages 22 – 25]
 

 

Landscape Design [China]   Project Feature – 2009 [No. 2]

A Fresh Start for the UK’s Seaside – Drift Park

[pages 58 – 63 & Front Cover]
 

 

Civic Trust Award Winners [UK]   Booklet – Spring 2009

Award Winner & Hard Landscaping Award

[Pages 12 – 13]
 

 

Landscape Institute Journal [UK]   Article – Spring 2009

Dancing with the Devil  [Pages 8 – 18]
 

 

Lancashire Life [UK]   Article – May 2009

A Postcard from Burscough [pages 62 – 64]
 

 

Avant Gardeners by Tim Richardson [UK]   Book by Thames & Hudson . March 2008

50 Visionaries of the Contemporary Landscape

[pages 26 – 31, 37 & 101]
 

 

 

Architects’ Journal [UK]   Feature – Sept 2008

Public Realm Built on Myth – Burscough Bridge

[pages 20 – 23 & Front Cover]
 

 

 

Landscape Institute Journal [UK]   Article – July 2008

Turning the Tide – Drift Park [Pages 26 –  28]
 

 

 

Touchstone – RSAW [UK]    Article – Nov 2007

Beach Plumb – Drift Park [pages 20 – 22]
 

 

 

Landscape Institute Journal [UK]   Article – Feb 2007

New Romantics – After Post Modernism, what comes next?

[Pages 32 – 38]
 

 

 

Landscape Institute Journal [UK]    Feb 2005

Come Together – Face of Liverpool

[pages 16 – 21 & Front Cover]
 

 

 Featured in:

 

md [Germany] Project Feature November 2011

Licht und Schatten [Light and Shadow, page 30-31]

 

 

Country Life [UK]   Project Article-  September 2010

In the Orchard of ‘Dappled Things’ – Angel Field  [page 90]
 

 

International New Landscape [China]   Practice Feature – August 2010

Interpretation of Modern British Landscape Architecture

[pages 96 – 111]
 

 

International Design Scout [Germany]   Project Feature – Feb. 2010

Stone Circle – Drift Park Lighting [pages 22 – 25]
 

 

Landscape Design [China]   Project Feature – 2009 [No. 2]

A Fresh Start for the UK’s Seaside – Drift Park

[pages 58 – 63 & Front Cover]
 

 

Civic Trust Award Winners [UK]   Booklet – Spring 2009

Award Winner & Hard Landscaping Award

[Pages 12 – 13]
 

 

Landscape Institute Journal [UK]   Article – Spring 2009

Dancing with the Devil  [Pages 8 – 18]
 

 

Lancashire Life [UK]   Article – May 2009

A Postcard from Burscough [pages 62 – 64]
 

 

Avant Gardeners by Tim Richardson [UK]   Book by Thames & Hudson . March 2008

50 Visionaries of the Contemporary Landscape

[pages 26 – 31, 37 & 101]
 

 

 

Architects’ Journal [UK]   Feature – Sept 2008

Public Realm Built on Myth – Burscough Bridge

[pages 20 – 23 & Front Cover]
 

 

 

Landscape Institute Journal [UK]   Article – July 2008

Turning the Tide – Drift Park [Pages 26 –  28]
 

 

 

Touchstone – RSAW [UK]    Article – Nov 2007

Beach Plumb – Drift Park [pages 20 – 22]
 

 

 

Landscape Institute Journal [UK]   Article – Feb 2007

New Romantics – After Post Modernism, what comes next?

[Pages 32 – 38]
 

 

 

Landscape Institute Journal [UK]    Feb 2005

Come Together – Face of Liverpool

[pages 16 – 21 & Front Cover]
 

 

 

Connections Book by Guy Woodland [UK]    Garlic Press, Jan 2005

Connections – Liverpool : Global Gateway

 

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