studied in the UK and holds a B.A. with Honors in Graphic Design from Central School of Art and Design, London. She has been a cover designer at Penguin Books UK, and often works as a freelance designer and illustrator. Catharine moved into landscape design after winning Inchbald School of Design and The English Garden Magazine’s International Garden Design Competition in 1998. She furthered her studies at the English Gardening School in Chelsea and with the National Trust. Catharine‘s training as a graphic designer, watercolor artist, and fifteen years of experience in landscape design leads to an interesting selection of work across various mediums. She works predominantly as a landscape designer but also takes commissions for freelance illustration, graphics and estate cartography; mapping and creating watercolor plans of gardens, landscapes, or historic properties. Catharine‘s gardens have been selected by the Australian Open Garden Scheme and are on the visiting list for the Australian Garden History Society.