My desgin aesthetic comes from a life time of enjoying gardens and experimenting with changing its desgin or seeing it change. The point at which it turned into a business was when I was asked to create fifty center pieces for a friends wedding. Lothe to throw away cut flowers, I planted instead, fifty living succulant compositions in terracotta containers, tended to from six months before the wedding, which still live in the gardens of all who took a planter home that night.
I am one for continous repurposing, using all that is already on sight or on hand before running a tab. The devil in my designs are in their detail and in taking time, allowing the client to absorb and direct the design process, as we work together to see what can be, and what to let go.