Fisher Tomlin & Bowyer aim to give you a seamless service from design through to completion and maintenance. All their projects are led by either Andrew Fisher-Tomlin or Dan Bowyer, with the support of specialist gardeners, construction professionals and horticultural experts. Both directors are registered members of the Society of Garden Designers, the highest recognition of garden design professionalism and held by only around 200 designers. Andrew Fisher-Tomlin has developed a large portfolio of work since founding the company in 1989. His experience includes public spaces as well as residential gardens both as a designer and horticultural consultant. Andrew is also a director of the London College of Garden Design, a Fellow of the Society of Garden Designers and regularly acts as Chairman of Judges for the Royal Horticultural Society. Dan Bowyer is responsible for a wide range of design projects from private residential gardens through to public spaces both in the UK and overseas. He is particularly interested in contemporary spaces for city living and his work has featured in a number of publications. As well as their traditional areas of expertise creating residential gardens, they are also able to advise on the creation of public spaces including design and horticultural consultancy. In recent years, the firm has worked on various large heritage projects and new landscapes such as Charlton House for the London Borough of Greenwich, the London 2012 Athletes Village and parks in Russia, France and Sweden.