Born in England, educated in Scotland and in possession of two passports (we’re pretty sure they are both his) we are happy to call this limey git our own. Though Gyles is English we certainly cannot always call him proper.
Whether it is nursing a flesh wound after bombing through the trees on his Yeti, dancing to Katy Perry with his daughters or creating out of the boundary solutions for our projects, Gyles is constantly shedding his British upbringing to follow his passion for landscape architecture and land planning.
After receiving a top-notch education in Landscape Architecture at Heriot-Watt University Gyles packed up his crown and jewels and came to America. Fifteen years of experience at two internationally renowned design firms, four design awards and countless successfully built projects later Gyles found two like minded individuals and started his own firm.
Gyles uses his experience on both sides of the pond to offer his clients a profound understanding of the coordination, communication, and management skills required to undertake complex public and private sector projects of any size or description. His dry sense of humor and Queen’s English accent will captivate an audience (mostly the ladies) and cultivate a genuine sense of collaboration.
“Although they make me think and reflect for a millisecond every once in a while, I sincerely dislike quotes until I come up with a good one of my own!”
– Himself, the limey bastard