Claire Martin is a landscape architect and the associate director of OCULUS with experience leading the successful delivery of a range of education, health, cultural, infrastructure and public landscape projects. Claire grew up in the UK, and originally aspired to be a dolphin trainer or archaeologist. She moved to Sydney in the late 1990s after studying English Literature and Fine Art in the UK. Claire studied at Loughborough University from 1991-1992, majoring in Art Foundation Studies and Fine Arts. She then studied at the University of Exeter and completed a Bachelor of Art (English Literature & Fine Art) in 1995. She studied at RMIT University from 2004-2007, earning a Bachelor of Design (Landscape Architecture) with First Class Honours. Whilst studying, she was the co-editor of Kerb, which is an annual, limited release, not-for-profit publication focussing on issues regarding the landscape, urbanism and architectural disciplines and discourses.
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