Certified Horticulturalist and HND graduate in Garden & Landscape design
Oliver began his career working with nature when, driven by a passion for the outdoors, a lust for creativity and a keen eye for detail he re-trained at Godolphin House with the National Trust.
This led to a years intensive program where he grew his knowledge and the seed was set. Working in a delicate, historic garden, Godolphin House required a sympathetic approach to how it was cared for and maintained, leading to Oliver’s appreciations for existing features and value within a garden in his work today.
After gaining his RHS Horticulture qualification with the National Trust, he moved to the Tremough University campus where he worked within a prize winning grounds team with a passion for the heritage gardens on site and an exceptional level of workmanship. Here, building on existing experience and gaining new sets of skills and qualifications he looked to develop his inner maker and creator.
This leads to his most recent accomplishment, gaining a HND at The Eden Project University in Landscape and Garden Design, an intensive design course which ignited his inner creativity and facilitated it to be communicated to both domestic and commercial clientele, producing initial concept visualizations through to construction drawings and everything in between.
He’s had experience within a planting team at RHS Hampton Court, his creative passion extends to include, silver-smithing, woodworking and visual arts. He loves the area in which he works both geographically and creatively and relishes communication with clients, gaining fulfillment by realizing their aspirations while exceeding their expectations.