Julian Raxworthy is a Landscape Architect from Australia with 25 years practice and academic experience. Initially working as a landscape tradesman, he studied at Ryde Horticulture TAFE, later becoming a landscape architect after graduating with his undergraduate degree (with honours) and research masters degree (by design) in landscape architecture, both from RMIT, Australia. He has a PhD from the University of Queensland, where he is a Honorary Associate Professor with the ATCH (Architecture, Theory, Criticism and History) Research Centre. He is currently residing in Dubai, after 5 years in Cape Town. He is the author of Overgrown: practices between landscape architecture and gardening (2018), published by the MIT Press.