Since joining the company in 2010, Harriet has been involved with the site appraisal, master-planning and visualisation of a wide range of residential, mixed-use and employment developments. This has included the production of landscape and visual impact assessments, parameter plans and masterplans, design and access statements and green belt studies for both outline and reserved matters applications. Harriet has produced numerous photomontages to help with the assessment of the impact of proposed schemes and/or to help inform the design process. Harriet is particularly interested in 3D modelling, photography and photomontage techniques.
Prior to joining FPCR, Harriet studied Civil Engineering at The University of Nottingham and gained a PhD in geotechnical engineering at Nottingham Trent University. Harriet worked for a railway engineering company in the role of Head of Research and Development, and worked with a small team developing innovative solutions for railway measurement systems. Harriet then went on to study at the University of Sheffield for an MA in Landscape Architecture in 2008.