My specialty is indigenous landscapes and sustainable design. That means I unearth inspiration from Oklahoma’s natural heritage. It’s a “new prairie” approach where plants native to this land, meet the world outside your back door.
I just love usable, lively, feel-good places where people connect and gather together. So I transform stubborn, unused outdoor spaces you just don’t know what to do with, into vibrant, multi-functional places that you’ll love – and love to share.
What I really dig is our bountiful local ecology of birds, butterflies, and wildflowers, that not only thrive, but surprise. So I convert unsustainable lawn-scapes into dynamic prairie gardens that are naturally beautiful, animated, and meaningful.
“The Plants Aren’t Dead, They’re Just Sleeping”
Get outside and get to know Oklahoma’s winter landscape by shooting it. With your camera, that is.
January 2013 Mitch Park in Edmond, OK