About Kate Marshall
Since retraining in 2001, garden design has allowed me to indulge my love of good design and my lifelong passion for plants.
As well as using the drawing and surveying skills cultivated during my MA in archaeology, I enjoy the challenge of exploring the innovative and efficient use of space to create gardens that will give pleasure for years to come.
After studying a BSc at Writtle College I joined the talented team at Notcutts Landscapes, where I worked alongside knowledgeable and highly experienced designers and landscapers.
In 2005 I was delighted to be awarded the prestigious status of Member of the Society of Garden Designers.
I established my own practice in 2009 and have continued to create a wide variety of commercial and domestic landscapes, ranging from natural ponds, to formal water features, vast wildflower meadows and tiny courtyard gardens.
As times change, so do styles and products, and I love working with new ideas and materials, as well as using the time-honoured classical approach to my designs.
Throughout this rewarding and fascinating career in the landscape industry, it has been an honour to collaborate with equally enthusiastic specialists. As a team, we have brought together ideas, skills and materials that take a garden from the drawn plans to the final, unique space that I aim to create for all my clients and each of their own individual gardens.