Garden Historian, Course Director University of Cambridge
Interdisciplinary summer programmes including English Houses and Gardens – defining Englishness, Designing Georgian Britain – 18th century consuming passions, and Built on a Fortune – British Status Houses.
Residential weekends including Humphry Repton: Landscape gardener of ‘beauty in addition to profit’, and Early eighteenth century taste when the South Sea Bubble burst into song and landscapes. In development a Certificate in Garden History.
Author of 11 books, 12th due for publication late 2020.
Freelance lecturer for The Arts Society – UK, Europe, Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand; Ciceroni Travel, Martin Randall Travel; Road Scholar; The Royal Horticultural Society, and museums. Keynote speaker at 2019 International Water Garden Symposium at Giverny and Le Temple-sur-Lot in France. Consultant designer – Humanist Renaissance inspired gardens around Notre-Dame-de-Calais amongst many For full details http://www.horti-history.com.html