Dan holds a first class honours degree in Design (Landscape Architecture) from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, Australia.
While predominantly focused on the temporal and experiential qualities of landscape at a residential scale, the practice also undertakes broad scale work such as site planning & concept development, along with strategic & master planning. Fees vary depending upon the scope of the project and the level of detail required – please contact Dan to discuss your specific requirements.
Current collaborative partners include:
Whilst completing his undergraduate studies in Landscape Architecture, Dan worked with the following practices on a range of residential, commercial & institutional projects.
Dan has held a sessional academic role with the School of Design at QUT since 2009, tutoring predominantly in 1st & 2nd year Site Planning & Site Design studios. He has also presented guest lectures on Site Planning, and has experience tutoring in the following areas:
Site Planning & Site Design
Critique & History of Contemporary Landscape Architecture
Dan has also undertaken postgraduate research on the representation & interpretation of temporal and durational landscapes, with a particular focus on filmic & experiential mapping of fluid domain.