Edible Map of Croydon

The Croydon Edible Map was produced in 2009 for an exhibition at the Building Center, London. It was the first map I produced. The map differs from later…

The Edible Map project

Publication: Towards a London Edible Landscape

Title of paper: The Elephant and the Castle; towards a London Edible Landscape In: Urban Agriculture Magazine no 22. Building Resilient Cities pp. 37-38 June 2009 Abstract: Many urban…

Quantitative Mapping

Publication: The ‘Ugly Sister’ of Garden History

The ‘Ugly Sister’ of Garden History: The Capital’s Nineteenth-century Market Gardens as Depicted by Thomas Milne’s Land Utilization Map. A Possible Visualisation for a Contemporary Urban Agriculture? In…

Academic and presentations

Publication: Places for People, Places for Plants.

Places for People, Places for Plants: Evolving Thoughts on Continuous Productive Urban Landscape Abstract This joint paper reviews the role of urban agriculture within the context of the…

Academic and presentations

The Edible Urban Landscape

From 2004 – 2006 I under took a large quantitative mapping project in south London. The purpose of this research was to answer questions about land availability in…

Academic and presentations