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David Perry has been making photos on assignment for more than 35 years. His thoughtfully chronicled journal, A Photographer’s Garden melds his interests in photography, gardening & helping others deepen their experience in the art of seeing.
Marlene Frisbie is an Illinois Certified Nursery Professional specialized in perennials and an experienced speaker on the topic of perennial gardening. Her favorite audience comment is, "You make it sound so real!"
Designer and Head Gardener at Glen Villa Gardens, Pat is an engaging speaker who enjoys sharing her knowledge. An artist and photographer, she specializes in historic and contemporary uses of art in garden settings around the world.
"Strolling the Garden, Camera in hand", is about garden photography and how you can take better pictures in the garden. It's a dynamic visual presentation filled with example images so you can learn to see light, different angles & composition.
Sandy Clinton is a landscape architect who has been designing and building gardens across the country for over 30 years. Her extraordinary experiences enhance her two current garden and plant-related talks: Gardens Transformed, and Potage Gardens.
Virginia Burt, FCSLA, FASLA of Virginia Burt Designs, creating landscapes and gardens of meaning within the public, health care, and private realms. #landarch
C. Colston Burrell is an acclaimed international lecturer, garden designer, award winning author, naturalist and photographer. He has shared his encyclopedic knowledge of plants and his respect for regional landscapes with audiences for 35 years.
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I aim to always be accessible and informative – and to share new ways to think rather than just a bunch of facts or list of plants. Images are beautiful, inspiring and plentiful, talks have environmental, aesthetic and hands-on practical advice.
Saxon Holt is a professional garden photographer who has been photographing gardens for 25 years and lectures about the importance of "seeing" the essence of a garden.
He is also the Photography Program Director at San Francisco Botanical Garden