The Team

Ann Søderberg – Senior Landscape Architect CMLI & Office Manager
Following a successful career in banking & finance, Ann decided on a second career in Landscape Architecture, inspired by her great love for plants and architecture. She gained a First for a BA in Garden Design and a distinction for a Masters in Landscape Architecture at the University of Greenwich and became a Certified Member the Landscape Institute (CMLI) in 2010. Being Scandinavian, Ann has an inherited interest of everything sustainable and her designs show strong layout and relaxed simplicity, using lush planting. She also trains office staff in computer-aided design programmes, professional studies and mentors on the LI’s Pathway to Chartership.

Lindsay Anglin – Landscape Designer
Lindsay studied for a diploma at the Pickard School of Garden Design in 2007. She was awarded an RHS silver medal and won the inaugural Chris Beardshaw scholarship at the Malvern Spring show 2008. During the year, Lindsay was awarded an RHS gold medal for her garden at the Malvern Autumn show and a silver gilt for the garden she worked on with the team at Chelsea 2009. Since the scholarship, Lindsay has completed the RHS level II course and a year’s WRAGS traineeship at Bristol Botanic Gardens.

Jenny Hyden – Landscape Architect

Following a professional background in graphic design and marketing, Jenny combined her main passions, the natural environment, conservation and design to become a Landscape Architect. She gained a first for a Postgraduate Certificate in Landscape Design and a distinction for a Masters in Landscape Architecture at the University of Greenwich. Jenny has a particular interest in design linked with sustainability issues and creating beautiful and self-sufficient landscapes.

Annesofie Milner – Student Landscape Architect
Having just finished a bachelor degree in Landscape Architecture at Copenhagen University, Annesofie focused her thesis on the art of Islamic Gardens, with an indepth focus on Middle Eastern botanical gardens. For her, the study of Landscape Architecture is a constant and fascinating learning experience; embracing a combination of nature as an evolving and living organism, with creativity, imagination and human interaction. In her second year at university, Annesofie took part in creating an experimental, contemporary rooftop garden in the centre of Copenhagen. Growing a large field of various strawberry species, with the purpose of exploring the concept and effect of urban farming. Annesofie is a student representative for The Danish Landscape Association, sustaining the link between the student council and the association. Annesofie is working as an intern at PU+H, and is planning to start her master degree in Spring 2015.