Daniel grew up exploring the Cambridgeshire countryside. After studying A BSc Landscape Management and Horticulture at university, Dan undertook a number of prestigious gardening roles. Prior to setting up Teasel Biodiverse Design and consultancy, he was lead designer for Cambridge Garden Design. Dan is passionate about designing biodiverse spaces for wildlife and people.
A recent career changer, having studied at Pickard School of Garden Design and having obtained her RHS practical gardening qualification, Jennifer loves the process of understanding how someone lives, and creating something that improves how they feel and how they interact with their garden.
When Jennifer isn’t collaborating on commissions with Daniel, she is the Lead Designer for her own Garden Design Practise. Findlay Gardens