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Areta Bingham lives in Syracuse, UT. She has been tole-painting for 23 years and owns her own craft shop, Country Pleasures. She teaches and travels to all the major conventions to display and sell her creations. She is married with five sons. For the past two years, she has been a designer for Chapelle Ltd.
Steven Brindle is a celebrated author and historian. He is regarded as one of the world's leading authorities on Brunel and is famed for discovering and saving Brunel's 'lost' iron bridge at Paddington. His previous books include the critically acclaimed PADDINGTON STATION: ITS HISTORY AND ARCHITECTURE.
Dr Brunskill is the acknowledged authority on vernacular architecture and author of the definitive book on the subject Traditional Buildings of Britain. He was born in Cumbria and now lives in Wilmslow, Cheshire.
Anita Louise Crane
Previous titles by the author include: Two Hour Teddy Bears and Two Hour Dolls Clothes
Dan Cruickshank is a regular presenter on the BBC best known for his popular BBC Two series THE BEST BUILDINGS OF BRITAIN and WHAT THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION DID FOR US. He is one of Britain's leading architectural and historic building experts.
Monty Don is the main presenter of BBC-TV's Gardener's World. He is one of the UK's most respected gardeners and gardening writers. He has been gardening correspondent for the Observer since 1994 and is at the forefront of the environmental and organic gardening debate.
Melanie Eclare is one of Britain's leading garden photographers. She has photographed three previous books and has contributed illustrated features to all the major home interest magazines. She cooperated with her husband Tom Petherick on HELIGAN: A PORTRAIT OF THE LOST GARDENS.
Born 1937. After National Service in the RAF spent 30 years in marketing for multinational business equipment companies before taking early retirement and moving to Cornwall in search of a more relaxed life.
Edward Jones is a Director in the London based practice of Dixon Jones Ltd. With his partner Jeremy Dixon, he has been architect to numerous arts projects in London, most notably the Royal Opera House, the National Portrait Gallery and the east wing of the National Gallery. He has taught extensively in North America, Ireland and Britain, and the work of his practice has been widely published and exhibited. Mr Jones lives in London with his wife and three children.
Previous Titles: Low-Maintenance Water Gardens, Water Gardening in Containers, Waterfalls, Fountains, Ponds & Streams, Aquatic Plants And Their Cultivation
Thomas Pakenham is the author of the critically acclaimed THE SCRAMBLE FOR AFRICA which won the W.H. Smith Award and the Alan Paton Award. He is also the author of THE BOER WAR, THE MOUNTAINS OF RASSELAS and THE YEAR OF LIBERTY. He lives in County Westmeath, Ireland and is chairman of the Irish Tree Society. He plants trees both for profit and ornament.
Tom Petherick is an acclaimed author and broadcaster and led the gardening team that undertook the stunning restoration of the lost Gardens of Heligan. He took responsibility for the productive gardens at Heligan 1993-6 before becoming a commercial, organic market gardener and consultant. He was lured back to Heligan to help the horticultural team and is now through his journalism and book writing helping to promote the garden.
HRH Prince of Wales
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Tim Smit was born in 1954 in Scheveningen, Holland, and educated in the UK. After graduating from Durham University he worked as a county archaeologist before spending ten years as a record producer and composer, successful in Europe, the USA and Japan.
In 1987 he and his family moved to Cornwall where, with John Nelson, he was to discover Heligan.
Sharon Stasney is highly experienced in both feng shui and interior design, and therefore is more than qualified to emphasise the energetics of each design choice.
She has worked with homeowners, architects, designers and businesses to create harmonious environments in settings as varied as multimillion-dollar estates, classrooms and hospitals.
Deyan Sudjic studied architecture at the University of Edinburgh, and has worked as a critic, editor and curator. Currently the director of the Design Museum, he helped to establish Blueprint magazine, edited Domus in Milan for a number of years, and was the director of the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2002. He is a former architecture critic for the Observer, the Guardian and the Sunday Times.
The Prince of Wales describes how he spent eleven years turning his Cotswold estate into a model of environmentally benign farming and gardening. He also describes how his gardens have been conceived, developed and planted.
Christopher Woodward was Sir Banister Fletcher Lecturer in architecture at University College London. He writes architectural criticism and is the author of several guides to the buildings of European cities.