JENNY HUMBERSTONE is a landscape architect, designer and photographer. Trained in visual communication, landscape architecture and design, environmental sciences and sociology, Jenny brings a broad and interdisciplinary skill-set, holistic understanding, and passion to her work.
Passionate about projects with positive environmental and social impact, I use my spare time to progress interesting projects relevant to urban design and landscape architecture. I am currently involved as a Landscape Architect/Graphic Designer with the 3000 Acres project in Melbourne, which promotes healthier communities by unlocking disused land for urban food growing. I am also actively engaged with the Urban Fabric collective which I co-founded in January 2013, a group of people passionate about matching local creative talent with activation of underutilised urban places through exhibitions, outdoor cinema and temporary events. In addition, in 2014 I founded the HOLD ME DEAR project - an online photography gallery of personal stories relating to individuals' most treasured places.
In April 2014 Dumbo Feather interviewed me about the HOLD ME DEAR project, and in 2013 I spoke with Factory Diaries in another interview about the Secret Cinema events I run as part of the Urban Fabric Collective.
Having spent the last 2 years expanding my professional experience in Australia, I will be moving back to Edinburgh, Scotland long term from August 2014 where I will be seeking new opportunities and collaborative partnerships. Do get in touch via the contact page if you might be interested in working together.
and Edinburgh, Scotland.