Edible Map Bishop Auckland, County Durham

Incredible Edible Bishop Auckland, County Durham. This map was drawn to support the launch of Incredible Edible Bishop Auckland, March 2019. The map focuses on the central part…

The Edible Map project

Other film work

Prior to focusing on academic and art practices around the subject of UA, I was a film maker and below are some of the previous films and videos…

Film Work

Forced Migration Review

Thriving spaces: greening refugee settlements Authors: Dr. Carrie Perkins, Dr. Andrew Adam-Bradford and Dr. Mikey Tomkins By incorporating urban agriculture initiatives within refugee camp settings, the concept of…

Academic and publications

Press: Gardens of Hope

Article published in Gardens Illustrated, Caroline Beck (2018) “Gardens of Hope” explores the work of the Lemon Tree Trust in Northern Iraq. Article available here. 

Academic and publications

Transforming Land, Transforming Lives

Co-authored report for the Lemon Tree Trust that details the work on UA and refugees.  From the introduction “At Lemon Tree Trust, we believe that urban agriculture –…

Academic and publications

Urban Agriculture for refugees and displaced people

Between 2015 and 2018 I worked in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI) As a co-founder of the Lemon tree Trust, alongside Stephanie Hunt. Our team has helped…

UA and Refugees

Other UA related Film work

  I had the please of helping Andre viljoen and Katrin Bohn document their work on urban agriculture. The films below are edits of existing footage to provide…

Film Work

Edible Map of Peterborough

The Edible City of Peterborough, UK This Edible Map focuses on the centre of Peterborough, UK. In the 1960s the Cambridgeshire town of Peterborough was designated a New Town. It now…

The Edible Map project

Press: Edible walk Newcastle

Newcastle Journal 2015 Could Newcastle’s rooftops become an urban farm? By David Whetstone A new project in Newcastle is envisaging a future where food is produced on urban…

The Edible Map project

Press: Guardian, Edible Walk Hackney

Guardian 2011 Edible Hackney More and more people are finding imaginative places for growing food in urban environments. Edward Platt reports.   The Guardian article is here

The Edible Map project

Press: London Honey Festival

Beekeeping Diary: the London Honey Festival I’m sitting in the tasteful and luxurious bar of Skylon, the chi-chi restaurant at the Royal Festival Hall, and someone is making…


Humanitarian innovation publication 2015

Report by the Humanitarian Innovation Project at Oxford, entitled ‘Refugee Innovation: Humanitarian innovation that starts with communities’ was launched in 2015 at the Humanitarian Innovation Conference. Co-authored by…

Academic and publications

Edible Map of Dallas

This page explores the Edible Map of Dallas, which covers 110 acres of central Dallas. The map explores the potential for urban agriculture in the neighbourhood, imaging food…

The Edible Map project

Who makes the city?

Published book, “Why we need small cows: ways to design for urban agriculture”. The chapter is called, “Who makes the city”, co-authored with Andre Viljoen and Katrin Bohn. it discusses…

Academic and publications

About the Edible Map project

The edible Map project has been an ongoing since 2010. The project aims to collect spatial data on urban land that could be made available to grow food….

The Edible Map project

The Edible Map of Hackney

YOU ARE HUNGRY: MAPPING AN EDIBLE URBAN HACKNEY was the first Edible Map and walk that I created. The walks ran in both 2010 and 2011 and were…

The Edible Map project

Second Nature.Bricks and Nectar: Urban beekeeping in London.

“Second Nature. Urban Agriculture: Designing productive Cities” won the President’s prize 2015 at the RIBA awards for publications.  Chapter title: Bricks and nectar: Urban beekeeping with specific reference to urban…

Academic and publications

PhD: Everyday community food gardening and the contribution to Urban agriculture

I completed my PhD entitled “Everyday community food gardening and its contribution to Urban agriculture” at the University of Brighton, in the school of Architecture and design. My supervisors…

Academic and publications

Royal Geographical Society: Edible Map walk in Hackney

As part of the Discovering Britain series, The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) has published the Hackney Edible walk as a self-walk with audio guide and…

The Edible Map project

Publication: Footprint Journal. Issue # 10/11, Spring 2012

Flâneuring, Edible Mapping and Feeding Imaginations This paper discusses the edible map project and walks in Hackney, London, 2010-2011 Title of Paper: You Are Hungry: Flâneuring, Edible Mapping…

The Edible Map project