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Who We Are
2019 – present
Matt is a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute with over 20 years experience in private practice. His interest include historic and designed landscapes, design and the environment. He is a Civic Trust Awards assessor, GIA Awards judge and West Dunbartonshire Council design panel member. He volunteers with Friends of the River Kelvin (FORK). He has also been a HLF PfP monitor, and RHS Grow-wild mentor. He is a founding member of Sco.Mo which was established to reveal and celebrate Modernist landscape architecture in Scotland.
2017 – present
Marilyn Brown is a garden archaeologist and historian with a particular interest in Scottish gardens before 1750. She has now retired from the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (now HES) where for many years she was responsible for aerial survey. She is the author of Scotland’s Lost Gardens and many articles relating to early Scottish gardens.
Trustee SGLH 2018 – present, Trustee GHSSCT 2013 – 2014, Chair GHSS 2014 – 2015, and Chair SGLH 2015 – 2018
Judy is a Landscape Architect with a longstanding and lively interest in contemporary garden design and its roots in history. She has lived in East Lothian for over 30 years.
2016 – present
Hannah is a heritage consultant, working for a national planning and development consultancy. She has over ten years experience working as an archaeological and heritage consultant, during which time she has developed a particular interest in garden and landscape history. Away from work Hannah leads Guide and Ranger units in Granton, and enjoys knitting and other craft activities.