Emma has worked in the landscape design industry for over 35 years including working both for architectural and design & build firms and for over 20 years she was Practice Director for Arabella Lennox-Boyd. She has overseen commercial and domestic landscape projects ranging from a half acre roof garden in the City of London and three gold winning Chelsea Flower Show gardens to many large private and commercial landscapes in Britain, Europe, Russia and America. Emma’s technical and organisational skills have proved invaluable in managing projects in both the public and private sectors, including experience in dealing with various authorities and development corporations.
Emma studied Landscape Architecture at Leeds Metropolitan University, obtaining a BA (Hons) and Dip LA. and is a past external examiner for the degree in Garden Design. She is also a chartered member of the Landscape Institute and is a Fellow of the Society of Garden Designers. She currently sits on the panel of adjudicators and acts as a mentor for the Society of Garden Designers as well as undertaking training for them in professional practice.
Libby has worked for over 25 years in landscape design and has designed and managed projects all over the UK and Europe ranging from large country estates and town gardens to Mediterranean gardens as well as gardens in France, Ireland, Greece, Cyprus and Spain. She embraces all elements of the landscape design process but has a particular love of planting and is responsible for all planting within the practice.
Libby has various other professional qualifications from her previous careers in the City and tourism marketing prior to obtaining her MA in Landscape Architecture from the University of Greenwich but landscape and gardens have always been her passion. She is a true plantswoman and runs her own gardens in Somerset, London and Greece. She was a Vice-Chairman of the RHS Herbaceous Plant Committee, is an RHS judge and has recently Co-Chaired the RHS Nepeta Plant Trials with Fergus Garrett. Her garden at Batcombe House, Somerset is open to the public and garden tours via the National Gardens Society (NGS). Libby lectures on landscape design and is a French speaker who loves life in both in the UK and Greece.
With a background in Architecture, William transferred to the Inchbald School of Design where he obtained a Diploma in Garden Design during which time he also worked for a design and build practice, and after his studies, for Arabella Lennox-Boyd for a number of years. William has experience working on a wide range of projects from major landscapes in America and Russia to high-end gardens in London.
William works on projects throughout the design process from inception and concept design to the detailed design and construction stage, as well as overseeing and managing projects on site through to completion. He brings a strong eye for detail and is highly skilled in both hand-drawn and computer graphics including 3D modelling.
Peter followed a degree in Ecology with a Masters in Landscape Architecture at the Edinburgh College of Art in 2016. On completion of his studies he worked for two years at Nicholsons Garden Design and Landscaping, where he gained experience of all stages of the design process in the construction of private gardens in and around Oxfordshire.
Last year he moved to London after securing a position at Bradley-Hole Schnoenaich Landscape where he worked on a range of projects from small gardens to London public space.
A rural upbringing in Wiltshire started a passion for plants with experience ranging from practical maintenance at home and away to an internship at Kew. At Mazzullo + Russell, Peter supports Libby with planting design as well as assisting the team on projects across all scales and stages.