MICK PETTS – is a renowned ecological designer and sculptor with an extensive body of work built up over 30 years, ranging from small ephemeral works to buildings and landscape sculptures on a vast scale. His works are predominately in the public realm and include visitor centres, access and gateway structures, seafront and promenade renovations, visitor interpretation installations and play environments. He has extensive experience of within a collaborative context and has undertaken numerous consultancies within multi-disciplinary design teams, working alongside landscape architects, engineers, ecologists and other professionals involved in the creation of new landscapes and transformation of brownfield sites and habitat creation schemes. He sees his work as reinterpreting and animating different landscapes;
‘My job is to help to see the full potential of a certain site, to re-engage people and wildlife with the land, to make new ideas spring to life’.