I’m very honoured to have been selected as a member of the LI’s Editorial Advisory Panel and look forward to making a positive contribution to the LI’s online publications and the organisations flagship publication, Landscape.
Originally posted on the Landscape Institute’s website.
Three new members join editorial advisory panel
27 February 2015
Two practitioners and an academic strengthen team
Peter Sheard is based in London as freelance landscape architect, designer and writer, having worked for 30 years in three of the world’s largest private practices (BDP, SOM and Gensler). His experience has been focused, by choice, on master plans and strategic conceptual thinking along with planners, architects and engineers for sites at the beginning of the design process, thereby ensuring that the first major moves are decided by a landscape architect with the site’s qualities foremost in mind. Projects are based around the UK and Europe, including hospitality projects, gardens, urban rehabilitation studies and master plans. He writes articles for the professional press and enjoys contributing to tutorials and crits at the London Met and Central Saint Martins.
The team at the most recent meeting of the editorial advisory panel. Photo: Agnese Sanvito
The full editorial advisory panel (from left to right in photo above) is as follows.
At English Heritage, Jenifer White leads on historic parks, gardens and landscape policy, standards and research. Her works involves collaboration with Government departments, agencies, local government, NGOs and sector organisations across the whole of England. Jenifer has returned to live on the Suffolk coast after seven years in the north east.
John Stuart Murray is a senior lecturer, author and writer. He is former director of landscape architecture and subject head at Edinburgh College of Ar and an elected member of LI Councilt. His research interests concern art in the landscape, sustainable landscape architecture practice, and the pedagogy of the design review, fieldwork methods, the landscape history of Edinburgh and the toponymy of the Scottish Highlands.
Peter Sheard (see above)
Edwin Knighton lives in York and is head of landscape architecture at Leeds Beckett University. He is a chartered landscape architect with particular interests in visual communication and urban design.
Paul Lincoln is deputy chief executive of the Landscape Institute. He manages the team that develops and implements the Institute’s policy programme, public affairs, marketing, internal and external communications, the journal, events programme, sponsorship, competitions, awards, and knowledge services.
Ruth Slavid is the editor of Landscape. She is a freelance architectural journalist, living and working in London, who previously worked for The Architects’ Journal, and is the author of seven books on architecture.
Jill White is a self-employed landscape architect based in the small market town of Axminster, close to the Jurassic coast in Devon, with a particular interest in accessibility issues and community projects. She has also worked previously as an urban designer for a local authority and as a college lecturer in horticulture and landscape design, and has been a freelance horticultural journalist for many years.
Amanda McDermott lives in West Yorkshire and works for 2B Landscape Consultancy, a small private practice based in North Cave, East Yorkshire. Current areas of practice include LVIA and SuDS design, as well as landscape design at all scales. She has been volunteering for the LI in various roles since student days in SLIC, is currently nearing the end of a term as Licentiate rep on Council (she is a recently fully qualified CMLI!), and serves on the LIYHB branch committee.
Tim Coleman is creative and managing director of Darkhorse Design, the publisher of Landscape, and is responsible for continually improving the editorial content and visual language.
Tim Waterman is is the honorary editor of Landscape. He is.a landscape architectural writer, speaker and critic, who lectures at the Writtle School of Design and is a thesis tutor at UCL Bartlett School of Architecture. His books on landscape architecture have been translated into seven languages.
David Buck (see above).
Eleanor Trenfield is a senior landscape planner with Barton Willmore. She lives in Canterbury and works in London.
There are two other members of the EAP, who are not shown in the photograph.
Clare Moseley works for Landscape’s publisher, Darkhorse Design, based in the north of England. She is responsible for legal and administrative matters.
Jo Watkins is a former President of the Landscape Institue. He has been a judge on the Housing Design Awards for the past two years, ran his own practice, and has been a member of the LI’s Awards Committee for eight years.