Lynda Harris is a British landscape architect living and working in France. A Francophile from a young age, she came to live and work France in 2005 in order to perfect her French and to enjoy la vie en rose. She now lives in Paris and enjoys visiting parks, gardens and green spaces all over France, and sometimes further afield. She is particularly interested in landscapes and planting schemes that respect their environment and promote biodiversity.
Lynda has a master’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Greenwich, London and a BA in Sociology from the University of Essex. She is the great-niece of Sir Geoffrey and Susan Jellicoe and is organising an exhibition about them to be held at the Garden Museum in London in 2021. She has her own design practice, Lynda Harris Paysagiste, with projects throughout France and Europe.
For more about Lynda please visit her website at www.lyndaharris.com