Topographics provides landscape architectural consultation from project conception to completion, involving: planning, design, illustration, presentation and documentation.
Our work has included Parks at national, regional and municipal levels; community schools; health care projects and community design projects.
Topographics originated in Kitsilano in 1998 and moved to Gabriola Island in 2006.
Principals of Topographics Landscape Architecture are Laura-Jean Kelly and Cameron Murray.
Laura-Jean Kelly has been engaged as an Arborist, Horticulturalist, Landscape Architect and Writer during the past 35 years. Laura-Jean is founding editor of 'Into the Garden' Magazine and past editor of 'Sitelines', the Journal of the British Columbia Society of Landscape Architects. She taught Native Plants and Garden Design with the Horticulture Department, of Vancouver Island University, in Nanaimo.
Cameron Murray has been engaged in Landscape Architecture during the past 30 years. He has studied fine art and environmental design, prior to graduate studies in landscape architecture and his illustrations have appeared in several publications. Cameron is a member of the British Columbia Society of Landscape Architects and past editor of the BCSLA journal Sitelines.