'My practice is collaborative and made up of a rich texture of disciplines. I am a landscape architect, artist and public realm consultant'.
Emily Haysom is a member of the Landscape Institute, with a Masters degree in landscape architecture from the University of East London.
She has a passion for creating humane habitats - places where people and nature can flourish.
With a landscape design practice that spans individual gardens to large scale neighbourhoods, Emily is involved from the the conceptual stage through to detailed landscape design to achieve planning, and for construction. She has extensive experience of collaborating with architects and other consultants in multidisciplinary design teams and for a variety of private, developer and community clients. She is experienced in designing landscapes for ecology, play, and wellbeing, featuring public open space, play areas, community gardens, allotments, orchards, residential planting.
Emily is a painter and conceptual artist. Her artwork has achieved recognition in various solo exhibitions and public art projects, many of which were supported by Arts Council England. Emily’s experience of working in the public realm spans fifteen years. Whilst raising her two children, she worked as an artist on socially engaged projects, and in various local authority roles. At Cambridge City Council she ran a community forum for the North West developments, now Eddington and Darwin Green, liaising between communities, local authorities and developers.