Meet the people behind the Bronze oak tree. 


Adam Lowe

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Adam Lowe is the founder and director of Factum Arte. Since it was established in 2001 they have used various forms of high-resolution 3D scanning systems to digitally record a number of endangered sites and objects of cultural importance

The team have worked with art institutions around the world including the British Museum and the National Gallery in London, the Prado in Madrid and the Louvre in Paris.

They have also assisted a wide range of contemporary artists including Anish Kapoor, Grayson Perry and Marc Quinn.

Recently Factum Arte have been applying these new technologies to the preservation of natural forms.


Ted Green

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Ted Green is the founding member of the Ancient Tree Forum.  From 1988 to 2003 he was the English Nature Conservation Consultant to the Crown Estate at Windsor.  n.

He was awarded an MBE for his services to ancient trees and conservation.


Charles Burrell

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Charles Burrell is the inspiration behind the Knepp Wildland Project, a 3,500 acre estate that is home to the largest re-wilding project in lowland Britain.  

It offers a new and alternative approach to conservation.


Tom Stuart-Smith

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Tom Stuart-Smith is a landscape designer who has designed eight Gold Medal winning gardens at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show

 

Tom has also made a garden at Windsor Castle to mark the Queen’s Golden Jubilee in 2000.


Jamie Cayzer-Colvin

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Jamie Cayzer-Colvin is a director at Caledonia Investments. He has worked for many years as a fundraiser for charity. 

His most recent work has been for the Heritage of London Trust and the RHS.


Angela Martin

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Angela Martin is the project coordinator of the Bronze Oak Tree Project. She has a background in book publishing and PR.

In 2015 she worked with Charles Burrell to publicise the Knepp Re-Wilding Project.