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Page last updated 24 February 2015
Landscape architects and students talk about what they do - and what a career in landscape means to them.
Videos from our careers site Be A Landscape Architect
Amy Strong | landscape student
Adam White | landscape architect
assistant landscape architect
Mark Evans | landscape student
Debbie Israel | landscape student
Praise for 'Be A Landscape Architectt'
"Your video is incredibly well done and a fantastic tool which I use to explain the profession.
Thank you so much for making such lovely and wonderfully thorough presentations, which are acting as incredible teaching and public relations tools for the field of Landscape Architecture."
Christine Casanova, MLA, ASLA
Dept. of Landscape Architecture
Texas Tech University
A short film which shows the transformation of the site.
The client perspective
John Hopkins and Phil Askew
Masterplanning the Olympic site
Tom Smith, AECOM
The Olympic Gardens
Sarah Price, Sarah Price Consulting
Delivering the Olympic Park
Neil Mattinson, LDA Design
The Olympic Village
Kym Jones, Applied Landscape Design
Engineering the Olympics
Tom Armour, Arup
The ecology of the Olympic site
Dr Peter Shepherd, BSG Ecology
The Olympic planting strategy
Prof. James Hitchmough and Prof. Nigel Dunnett, University of Sheffield
The Olympic soil strategy
Tim O'Hare, Tim O'Hare Associates
Writing the brief
Peter Neal and Annie Coombs