We nurture a strong studio culture. Our inter-disciplinary team of designers share a common purpose. We work together as ‘one studio’, putting forward best-for-project teams with the right blend of skills and knowledge. In this way every client gains access to the depth and breadth our collective experience and intelligence.

Aaron Miller

Aaron Miller.

MArch (Prof), BAS, NZIA Grad

Intermediate Architectural Graduate

Wellington Studio   

Aaron has a keen eye for detail and has applied this to a range of architecture projects since joining the team in 2016.
As a systems thinker, Aaron has a keen interest in offsite construction – prefabricated and modular systems – and is excited to see isthmus moving into this space. He also regularly uses his skills in other scales across landscape architecture and urban design, having particular interest in the various cycleway projects Isthmus is involved with. Aaron has always been interested in the interaction between building, landscape and place to create well integrated and site-specific architecture, and isthmus projects strive to achieve this every day.

Outside of work Aaron enjoys the outdoors, whether it be a tramp or fishing adventure, and also sings in a local youth choir.

Abbie Whangapirita

Abbie Whangapirita.

BAS, MArch


Wellington Studio   

Abbie is absofreakinlutely into educational building design. She once designed a school in Christchurch with a fully functional café in the midst of it. Breaking the boundaries not only in traditional school ideologies but in public interactions as well. The operation was so successful she says, ‘I think they had to put out messages to the public about the least busy time to come!’

Opening up educational facilities to also serve the wider school community is the trajectory of learning says this creative thinker. She’s coming to these conclusions after a myriad of discussions with students and teachers about what they want their school to look like and who they want it to serve. ‘Keeping in mind schools are all individual,’ Abbie meticulously points out. There is no one-design-fits all.

Being open to nonorthodox approaches she comfortably works along landscape designers and urban designers, ‘They help me think about architecture beyond the building edge. Into spaces spaces that translate from the inside to out. And they’re more used to dealing with land, so having architects around probably elevates ‘form’ in their consciousness.’

Abbie has been designing in Wellington for the past seven years with most of her architectural experience in ‘purpose built’ (educational) buildings across New Zealand. She has a Bachelor of Architectural Studies and a Masters in Architecture. Her thesis was on the ‘The Physical Body: How It Engages With Buildings.’

Abigail Hilario

Abigail Hilario.

Architectural Graduate

Auckland Studio   

‘A house is connected to the street, a street is connected to a city, the city is connected to a wider area and so on,’ says Architectural Graduate Abigail. ‘It’s good to connect the dots. There is always an overlap between what architects, landscape designers and urban planners do here.’

On a day to day basis I am dealing with projects overloaded with information. This has to be digested in such a short amount of time; because everything needs to keep moving, but it’s key to understand the big picture.  

Housing as we know it is also advancing. ‘I think now everything is being designed to be compact, really tight, dense spaces,’ says Abi. ‘But it’s up to us to find the value in that — such as embracing community appeal.’ 

I have found that privacy can be achieved through different heights. And you don’t need to build a wall to create boundaries. Plantings or screens also define spaces, as might a building’s placement on a street, explains Abi. ‘If there is easy access to the street there’s less chance of the residents feeling isolated or disconnected.’ 

Abi’s wide angle view is perhaps a footprint of her international experience. She was born in the Philippines and moved to New Zealand with her family in 2008. She went on to achieve a Bachelor of Architectural Studies from the University of Auckland and a Master of Architecture (Professional) with first class honours.

Projects Abigail Hilario has worked on:

Alan England

Alan England.

Bachelor of Architectural Studies

Associate Geospatial Specialist

Auckland Studio   

Alan is trained in architectural studies and brings to Isthmus experience within the visualisation, design, gaming and architectural industries.

He plays a key role in major design and planning projects, producing GIS land analysis, mapping and accurate 3D digital models for design studies, communication and as expert evidence for consent hearings.
Alan has an in depth knowledge of digital design tools, techniques and IT, and a proactive approach to working with project teams. He also has a role in the development and delivery of social enterprise projects associated with Isthmus’ environmental management fund.

Alex Foxon

Alex Foxon.

PgDip Landscape Architecture

Senior Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Alex has experience in landscape design for residential development, public park and stream reinstatement projects.
He is driven by creating landscapes for people to explore and use for health and well-being, leisure and education. The process of taking a project from the concept through to detailed design along with planting design is particularly interesting for Alex. 

Alex takes every opportunity he has to continue exploring the New Zealand landscape and documenting his travels through photography.

Projects Alex Foxon has worked on:

Alison Graham

Alison Graham.

Studio Concierge

Wellington Studio   

Alison is a proud Wellingtonian who loves living in the inner city as an apartment dweller. Prior to commencing work with Isthmus Alison has had administration experience working as a Legal Assistant for a small legal practice.

Alison thrives in a fast paced studio environment working with deadlines and balances the day to day functioning of the studio. With people as her passion, no job is too big or too small for her to undertake.

Andre de Graaf

Andre de Graaf.

BArch, NZRAB Registered Architect, NZIA


Auckland Studio    Board Members   

Andre is the Director of Architecture. He has shaped a high quality architectural team that is fully integrated with the firm’s wider design offering.  Andre brings a rigorous and inquiring approach to design and has considerable experience in masterplans for intensive residential and mixed-use developments that is founded in over two decades of designing buildings across a wide spectrum.  Andre brings skills that champion innovation and is sought after for his strategic design thinking.

Thinking by Andre de Graaf:

Andrew Mirams

Andrew Mirams.



Auckland Studio   

Andrew brings over twenty years of professional experience specialising in Architecture and Interiors. His expertise includes a wide range of projects including residential (single family and multi-residential), commercial, interiors and fit-outs, with a particular passion in building refurbishment and adaptive re-use.  Outside the studio, Andrew can be found taxiing his children around Auckland sportsfields.

Andrew Norriss

Andrew Norriss.

BLA (Hons), NZILA Registered

Senior Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Andrew specialises in medium to large scale urban renewal projects in the public realm. He has built his experience largely around the implementation of projects varying from civic plazas, parks and open spaces, strategic masterplan frameworks, and work within botanical gardens. He enjoys the challenge of stitching a landscape into its existing fabric, whether urban or within the natural landscape.

Andrew enjoys exploring what culinary delights a place has on offer as much as escaping to the natural environment to recharge. He is equally likely to be found in front of a stove or out and about keeping active.

Ashley West

Ashley West.

MArch (Prof) Hons.

Intermediate Architectural Graduate

Auckland Studio   

Ashley has a very human centred approach with an interest in how the relationship between space and form can influence individual and collective well-being.
She has been predominantly working on medium density housing and master planning projects and feels at home in the middle of a park with her dog and a tennis ball.

Azmon Chetty

Azmon Chetty.

BAS, M.Arch (Prof), NZDAT

Intermediate Architectural Graduate

Auckland Studio   

Azmon holds a National Diploma in Architectural Technology and completed his Masters of Architecture (Prof). in 2013.
Through his engagement in part time work with architectural practices over the past few years, Azmon has gained valuable experience, including excellent design and CAD drafting skills.

Azmon’s passion for innovative construction detailing and assembly compliments the established and growing architecture team at Isthmus. His Masters research paper focused on a design-build project blending Polynesian and Japanese architecture, reflecting his unique hands-on approach and understanding of cultural design vernacular and identity.

Ben Scott

Ben Scott.

Associate Information Technologist

Auckland Studio   

Ben is the site fix-it man, making sure that the technologies of Isthmus run smoothly, and the staff can get on with their job without any computer hitches.

With that is also the plan for what Isthmus does in the future.

Ironically Ben is a hippy at heart, while tinkering with the server he is dreaming of wandering through his land planting trees and communing with Nature.

Blair Brixton

Blair Brixton.

BLA (Hons) NZILA Registered

Associate Landscape Architect

Wellington Studio   

Blair is a landscape architect with significant experience within range of commercial and public realm projects in both New Zealand and in the United Kingdom. They include urban regeneration and waterfront projects, large urban parks, historic squares and small scale site specific interventions and installations. In his roles he has regularly led multidisciplinary teams from inception to project completion. He particularly enjoys detailed design phases and the realisation of projects.

Blair has a passion and respect for good design across all disciplines and so embraces Isthmus ‘no boundaries’ approach to design.

Projects Blair Brixton has worked on:

Brad Coombs

Brad Coombs.

BLA (Hons), BHort. FNZILA (Registered)


Auckland Studio   

Brad works in the complex world of problem solving under the RMA.  He thrives on navigating a path through the RMA process and also loves the practicality of seeing his projects implemented and delivering maximum benefit to his clients.

With over 20 years of experience Brad has worked on some of the most exciting and challenging residential, infrastructure and coastal projects in New Zealand, always delivered through a considered and tailored response to the specific project and the land.  He is passionate about his role in helping to make New Zealand an even better place.  Brad has considerable experience as an expert witness to Council, Environment Court and Board of Inquiry hearings and as an RMA decision maker.

Brad is a Fellow and a Registered member of the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects (NZILA) as well as being the current President.

Travelling extensively throughout New Zealand for his work during the week, Brad can be found on the weekend discovering the land from a different vantage point either on his bike or on the water – preferably with his family in tow.

Projects Brad Coombs has worked on:

Brad Ward

Brad Ward.

MLA, BAS (Land), NZILA (Reg)

Associate Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Brad is highly skilled in working across scales from masterplanning and urban design down to the detail design of streetscapes and parks. He has been involved heavily in Aucklands largest masterplanning project within a complex environment.

Brad is passionate about the role that landscape architecture can play in providing positive outcomes for society. Brad is also a keen explorer, adventurer, sportsman and enjoys honing his drawing skills.

Brennan Baxley

Brennan Baxley.

Master of Landscape Architecture II – Harvard GSD

Intermediate Landscape Architect

Wellington Studio   

Brennan possess educational experience in geography, adaptable spaces, art, recycled material installations, ecology, and disaster management. In practice he has analysed sustainability, urban agriculture, protective ecologies, public engagement, mapping systems, and the preservation of heritage environments.  He is a teaching fellow for Victoria University Wellington in the Landscape Architecture Department, continuing research on form, urban technologies, and prolific landscape design.

Caroline Sollerhed

Caroline Sollerhed.

BSc Spatial Planning, MSc Urban Design

Intermediate Urban Designer

Wellington Studio   

Caroline works on a range of projects supporting the landscape and design team. Her recent work has included streetscapes, open space strategy and cycleways. She has a keen interest in the relationship between urban and rural, public spaces and community involvement.  

Caroline hails from Sweden, is a climbing enthusiast and enjoys exploring New Zealand’s landscapes and native wildlife.

Chelsea Kershaw

Chelsea Kershaw.

Graduate Landscape Architect

Wellington Studio   

Chelsea is interested in large scale master-planning with keen attention to detail.
She is driven to design landscapes which improve environmental health, as well as the spiritual, mental, physical, and social well-being of the community.
Chelsea is passionate about exploring New Zealand’s natural and built landscapes through her numerous outdoor hobbies such as rock climbing, skiing, hiking, trail running, and cycling.

Projects Chelsea Kershaw has worked on:

Christine Spring

Christine Spring.

BE, MSc Eng, MBA

Non-Executive Director

Board Members   

Christine is a Non-Executive Director and chairperson of the Isthmus Group Board. Her background is in Civil Engineering with a particular focus on strategic aviation planning and infrastructure development. Christine is an experienced Director and currently sits on the boards of Auckland International Airport Ltd, Western Sydney Airport Ltd, Unison Networks Ltd and Unison Contracting Services Ltd. She also has a background that includes 15 years working as a consulting engineer. Christine’s commitment to innovation, creativity and strategic thinking provides a good alignment with Isthmus ethos, culture, vision and values.

Dale Harrop

Dale Harrop.


Senior Urban Designer

Auckland Studio   

Dale comes from a background in local government working in both New Zealand and Australia on city wide strategic plans and community placemaking projects before moving to Isthmus.

Dale works largely on strategic masterplanning projects that focus on building and supporting new neighborhoods and communities.

Dale enjoys spending his time playing Ice Hockey nationally and internationally, he also has recently discovered a new passion for scuba diving.

Damian Powley

Damian Powley.


Associate Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Damian brings extensive experience and background in Local Government, working with and delivering for the diverse communities of South Auckland. As a Landscape Architect and Project Manager, Damian brings 12 years focused on stakeholder liaison, project strategy, design setting, community engagement and facilitation, and project implementation.

Having led cross-council wide initiatives for Auckland Council, through a broad scope of recreation and open space projects, Damian has continued his development to understanding what meaningful engagement can really mean for our communities, and the sustainable benefits that evolve out of this approach.


Projects Damian Powley has worked on:

Thinking by Damian Powley:

Dan Cole

Dan Cole.

BDes (Hons)


Auckland Studio   

Some people think 3D artists only work for Weta Workshop so Dan has to explain he makes the image on a signboard that makes you buy an apartment, sight unseen, of a plan, ‘It’s a cool job but a weird one’. For over a decade, Dan has helped get projects out of the computer where they are all in plan and elevation (technically beautiful) into a public space.

Multi million dollar projects often need public buy-in. The community may not read consent notification or plans but they will comprehend a picture. For example Dan visualised pictures of the new Auckland ferry basin, ‘It’s part photography, part storytelling and a lot of tinkering’.

Dan has worked across multiple industry programmes. He now specialises in a core industry standards 3DSMax & After Effects. He is happiest when he can be working in a model —on his screen— using ‘blocking’ to establish the ‘landscape’; scale and light effects to create the 3D illusion. It boils down to evoking emotion about a space that hasn’t been created yet says Dan. ‘My work helps everyone understand how a space will be used, lived in and integrate with the surroundings’.

There are other ways to illustrate to the public. VR, infographics, animations, models. This is part of Dan’s role too, to consider how to best tell the story. If the scale is hard to comprehend an animation might work. Or if people need to be educated on the benefits of an idea perhaps an info-graphic-mapping exercise or a model would be better suited. ‘However if it is still and it is done right, then I have captured that unique moment within the design that sells the whole idea.’

Danny Turgeon

Danny Turgeon.


Intermediate Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Danny specialises on large scale public works that connect and revitalise diverse metropolitan communities and neighbourhoods. He has a keen interest in public transit which he has used exclusively after selling his car in 2009.

Projects Danny Turgeon has worked on:

David Irwin

David Irwin.

BHort. PG Dip. LA

Founding Principal

Auckland Studio    Board Members   

David is a founding Director of Isthmus and Fellow of the NZILA with over thirty years’ experience in the field of landscape architecture and urban design. His experience encompasses a wide range of projects throughout New Zealand including large scale urban developments, town centres, coastal edges and residential framework planning. David specialises in providing design leadership in complex project teams. His work has been awarded numerous times by the NZILA for its quality, innovation and contribution to place making for communities in New Zealand.

Ellie Helliwell

Ellie Helliwell.

BLA (Hons)

Intermediate Urban Designer

Auckland Studio   

Elena has a passion for landscape urbanism, urban regeneration and designing with communities to improve health and wellbeing. She is always looking for the next challenge and to unlock the potential of a community.

Elena works predominantly on strategic master planning projects that are focused on the development of new neighbourhoods and communities. She also has an eagerness for plants and environmental design. This has allowed Ellie to develop an extensive set of skills working at a wide range of scales from master planning right down to detailed design which has allowed her to push and improve her landscape and urbanism skills quickly.

Outside of work Elena can be found behind a camera trying to improve her photography skills or hunting out the next best coffee place.

Frank Hoffmann

Frank Hoffmann.

Dipl.-Ing., B.Eng., Ing.

Intermediate Landscape Architect

Wellington Studio   

Frank is a Landscape Architect from Germany and enjoys the variety of projects across all work stages in the intersection of landscape architecture, climate adaptation, strategy, urbanism and nature. His strong holistic planning approach through stakeholder engagement and design workshops is complemented by his sketching and illustration skills. Communicating ideas and visions to both public and private clients is a major element in his design – thinking and ensures the targeted audience understands the key project elements and design intent. His passion to understand open space better in its complexity is driven by the connection of the landscape and its intended users to provide an appropriate “sense of place”. He is probably the only one in the studio not drinking coffee – and still manages to come through the day.

If not in the studio, Frank can be found outdoors exploring countries and cultures with his backpack while maintaining a mix of adventurous sports such as rock-climbing, surfing, mountain biking or mountaineering.

Gabrielle Free

Gabrielle Free.

Intermediate Architectural Graduate

Auckland Studio   

Intermediate architectural graduate, Gabrielle has an ethos of thinking about people using the space rather than designing for her own ego or concept. ‘I like to think environmental culture and bring those materials or ideas into the design.’ She does that by getting in touch with people who are knowledgeable about local environs or going on site visits.

Getting the information she needs doesn’t always need to be purely business says Gabrillelle. Since she spends a third of her life at work, it’s important to her to appreciate the connections with clients, contractors, suppliers, colleagues. ‘This helps when things get really stressful, reminding myself I do enjoy it. I might talk about the most mundane, least glamorous project you could imagine but I try to always find a way to have fun.’ Besides she has found this brings peoples’ boundaries down and opens up conversations.

Playfulness an inherent part of creativity can easily get lost in the design process. ‘As architects we are told to aim high, but knowing that things will cut out along the way she says it seems prudent to make the design as simple as possible from the start seems to be one way to counteract this.’

Recently seeing Hobsonville Point where she designed a few of the houses, before she left on a round the world tour, gave Gabrielle great delight. ‘I hadn’t seen anything I had designed before.’ 

Projects Gabrielle Free has worked on:

Gavin Lister

Gavin Lister.

BA Dip LA (Post grad), M Urb. Des.

Founding Principal

Auckland Studio    Board Members   

Gavin is a founding Director of Isthmus and Fellow of the NZILA with over twenty five years’ experience in the field of landscape architecture and urban design. Gavin specialises in the integrated design and planning of large scale infrastructure projects, such as highways and renewable energy projects including windfarms and geothermal plants.

With a high level of expertise in regional landscape assessment and policy, Gavin regularly provides expert evidence and has acted as an Independent RMA Commissioner. His work has won numerous NZILA National Awards for Design and Landscape Planning.

Thinking by Gavin Lister:

Ginny Pedlow

Ginny Pedlow.

B.Arch, ANZIA (Registered)

Principal Architect

Auckland Studio   

My involvement in architecture over 25 years encompasses public buildings, education, medium density housing, and single house residential work.

My focus is on design excellence, always looking for spatial opportunities to shape space.

Projects Ginny Pedlow has worked on:

Grant Bailey

Grant Bailey.

BLA, NZILA (Registered)

Principal Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Grant leads the Isthmus Space service with our team of landscape architects to deliver high-quality design solutions. A landscape architect with over 17 years of public and private sector experience Grant is a proven design leader, he has directed innovative award-winning, large-scale complex urban public realm, open space and infrastructure project’s. Grant is at the forefront of green infrastructure and open-space master planning, his project experience covers recreation, commercial, residential, civic, transport, water and education sectors. With a collaborative approach he works across stakeholders, design teams, and specialists including integration of public art. He has served on the Isthmus board and is active in the governance and leadership of the practice.

Greg Lee

Greg Lee.

BAS, BArch, NZRAB Registered Architect, NZIA

Associate Architect

Auckland Studio   

Greg is a graduate from the University of Auckland and since then he has worked on many residential projects from small alterations to large high end homes and Apartments. He became a Registered Architect at the beginning of 2015. His interest is in detailed design and he enjoys taking design ideas and working them through to finished buildings.

Greg is a Certified Diver and is always looking for a new exciting dive site, extra bonus if the fishing is good too.

Hannah Carson

Hannah Carson.


Graduate Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Hannah joined Isthmus after completing her Masters of Landscape Architecture at Victoria University of Wellington. Hannah was recently shortlisted in the student category for the NZILA Awards for her master’s thesis. This represented the oral cultural narratives of the landscape using augmented reality. Hannah has experience with council processes through her internships at the Palmerston North City Council. Hannah understands the workshop process through her involvement at university engaging with community groups, local boards and councils. The outcomes of these workshops provided feedback and informed the design process.
Hannah is passionate about working with people and unlocking the potential of any given project she is involved with.

Haylea Muir

Haylea Muir.

BLA (Hons), NZILA (Registered)

Principal Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio    Board Members   

Alongside her extensive experience in large scale residential masterplanning projects and writing Architecture and Landscape design guidelines, Haylea has had a primary role in several award winning play spaces. She has a special interest in how people live, play and connect in their neighbourhoods.
Haylea is also an amateur photographer who’s travel destinations are usually chosen on the basis of indulging this hobby.

Thinking by Haylea Muir:

Hayley Smith

Hayley Smith.

BAS, MArch (Prof)


Auckland Studio   

Hayley brings to Isthmus a range of design and leadership skills combined with a positive, energetic approach to architecture.

She has professional experience in both New Zealand and London on small scale residential designs, large scale developments and commercial architecture.

Hayley represents Isthmus on the NZIA Auckland committee and focuses on building strong relationships with fellow industry members, clients, consultants and suppliers.

Helen Kerr

Helen Kerr.

BLA (Hons), NZILA (Registered)

Principal Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio    Board Members   

Helen has grown deep roots with Isthmus since 1999, and is invested in our kaupapa of land, people and culture. She takes a collaborative approach to her work, and finds that exploring and creating with communities is the real deal- knowing when to listen, when to observe and when to lead.

Play is her passion, finding the story of place is her skill, and wellbeing is her mission. She believes we should invest in the future of children and whanau by supporting community networks, sparking positive change and creating healthy habitats. Through leadership of award winning destination projects, Helen always strives to weave together the narrative of land, people and culture through the design process – whether it be Botanic Gardens, greenways, Universities, learning landscapes, parks or playspaces.

Ivy Llanera

Ivy Llanera.

BAS Land, MLA (Merit), NZILA Grad

Intermediate Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Ivy works closely with the masterplanning team, where she gets to develop her knowledge and skills in residential masterplanning, superlot designs, and streetscape and planting designs. She mostly helps in production and delivers graphic, technical and written deliverables. Ivy has a strong passion in landscape urbanism, urban informality and designing with communities. She is also a foodie. She loves experimenting with food and unleashing her other side of creativity in the kitchen. 

Projects Ivy Llanera has worked on:

James Pattullo

James Pattullo.

MLA, (Merit), BAS (Land), NZILA Grad

Senior Landscape Architect

Wellington Studio   

James is involved in a broad range of projects from coastal and open space strategies to urban design and infrastructure. He also has a skilled background in 3D modelling, renders and video simulations, and graphic design. James is a workaholic who volunteers time to the NZILA and VUW. He enjoys adventurous travel and making art in his spare time.

Jason Barnes

Jason Barnes.

BAS, MArch Prof. (Hons)

Intermediate Architectural Graduate

Wellington Studio   

Jason joined the Isthmus team after years of experience in the commercial architecture industry. During that time he worked on a range of complex projects including large scale retail developments, school redevelopments and new commercial buildings. His involvement on these projects ranged from masterplanning through to detailed design.

Jason holds a passion for design innovation and takes an organic systematic approach to the projects he works on. Jason has a keen eye for design and is environmentally conscious in his thinking. Jason enjoys traveling and likes to spend his time outdoors exploring natural landscapes.

Jia Ying-Hew

Jia Ying-Hew.

MArch (Prof)

Intermediate Architectural Graduate

Auckland Studio   

Hew works largely on residential housing projects including terrace housing and apartments. She has a specific interest in how the integration of architecture and landscape design can encourage meaningful interaction between people and improve neighbourhood quality.

Hew has a strong interest in painting and hand crafting. She is passionate about how art and design can improve society and quality of life.

Jotaro Tokunaga

Jotaro Tokunaga.


Senior Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Jo is a landscape architect from the UK, with a broad range of experience including streets, sports, residential & campus regeneration.
His approach to design is informed by the clash of Culture & Nature, and works to incorporate local narratives, human experience & the distinctiveness of a site. This is all underpinned by an extensive knowledge of precedent schemes and a curiosity of the built environment as an artform.
He enjoys working at all stages of a delivery project, from finding that big conceptual idea at its inception, down through to checking the last built detail on-site and making sure that both clients and users are delighted with places which grow and mature – all with a broader aim to tackle the modern challenges facing our cities.

Jo is an explorer and is as happy getting outdoors travelling or on his bike as he is getting stuck into the grit of the city – finding the next show, cafe/bar or indeed a new piece of the landscape puzzle.

Kamelia Haydon

Kamelia Haydon.

BArch, MUrbDes (Hon), NZRAB Registered Architect

Associate Urban Designer

Auckland Studio   

Kamelia is an Urban Designer and Registered Architect with over ten years’ experience in the industry, predominately based Auckland and Melbourne. She has worked on large scale projects like Auckland’s City Rail Link and Arts Centre Melbourne, as well as residential masterplanning and is passionate about the delivery of community regeneration projects.

Her belief that design and development are interconnected, and integral to creating a better built environment, has led to her involvement in both the NZIA and Property Council.

Projects Kamelia Haydon has worked on:

Kate Walker

Kate Walker.

BArch, MArch (Prof.) Dist

Intermediate Architectural Graduate

Auckland Studio   

Kate has seven years’ experience with architecture at the medium and small scale, creating homes, hospitality interiors, community projects and orchestrating public art events.

Combining a keen interest in the future of housing in Aotearoa with a desire to realise the beautiful and the extraordinary, Kate seeks simplicity, efficiency, and economy in innovative design.

Linda Sun

Linda Sun.

BAS M.Arch (Prof Hons), ANZIA

Senior Architect

Auckland Studio   

With a range of project experience in different areas and phases, Linda is passionate about working with people to create and deliver spaces that enhance the amenity and experience of the occupants and the community. She is also interested in issues around sustainability and environmental regeneration and is part of NZIA’s Auckland Branch, leading the Environmental Portfolio.

Lisa Rimmer

Lisa Rimmer.

BHortSc (Hons) MLA (Hons)

Principal Landscape architect

Wellington Studio   

Alongside her landscape architectural practice, Lisa’s background in horticultural science and education has informed her specialist expertise in strategic planning projects that integrate environmental planning and RMA processes with detailed design.  She has worked on a wide range of projects including large scale infrastructure, public and civic facilities and commercial developments. Lisa has strengths in project management, leadership and team communication, as well as contract documentation and planting design, especially for complex urban sites.

Lydia Franken

Lydia Franken.

BDes (Hons), BCA

Intermediate Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Lydia is a highly motivated, creative and committed team player. She has a proven track record of working on and managing a broad spectrum of complex, cross-disciplinary projects. Having spent the last 7 years living and working in the Netherlands, Lydia brings a strong grounding in considered public space design, a passion for plants and robust international experience. Outside of the office Lydia is often found wandering the globe, or immersing herself in the many beautiful landscapes New Zealand has to offer.

Matt Jones

Matt Jones.

BLA, NZILA (Registered)

Associate Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Matthew is a highly motivated landscape architect with particular expertise in the integration of design, planning and management. He is a skilled design planner, working across the disciplines of landscape architecture, masterplanning and urban design. Matthew has a strong appreciation for the relationship between people and their surrounding environment and developing design outcomes that engage and enhance this notion.

Matthew is passionate about urbanism with a particular interest in the design and integration of mode-share in urban environments. He is currently a member of Auckland Council’s Urban Design Panel. Matt is a self-proclaimed sports fan and is multi-genre music obsessed. 

Megan Otto

Megan Otto.

BFA, currently studying Diploma of Interior Design (after hours)

Studio Concierge

Auckland Studio   

Megan has mainly worked in administration. If you ever need helping finding the Isthmus building and our visitor car parks, please call her. And when you arrive she’s on hand to offer you any number of herbal teas, coffee, juices, mineral water – still or sparkling, (you get the picture)…just ask!

Michael Chu

Michael Chu.


Intermediate Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Michael has worked extensively on suburban regeneration projects, preparing comprehensive landscape packages from concept through to detailed design. He is interested in how people occupy and experience space with his passion for hand rendering present in the work he produces.

When he isn’t sketching or listening to music, Michael enjoys exploring Auckland’s diverse eateries.

Projects Michael Chu has worked on:

Mihali Katsougiannis

Mihali Katsougiannis.


Graduate Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Mihali joined Isthmus in early 2017 having concluded his study at Victoria University of Wellington. His thesis focused on the revitalisation of abandoned cultural landscapes and the preservation of the ‘everyruin’ using Landscape Architecture to bring new life to forgotten sites.

Hitting the ground running, Mihali’s first project at Isthmus involved the use of his skills in 3D modelling to assist in large infrastructural works in addition to providing assistance on various other projects when required, with his team-first mentality contributing to the dynamic work environment.

With a passion for storytelling Mihali has developed a knack for intertwining design with tales evoked from an empathetic response to people and place to best serve the landscape and the lives of everyone connected to it.

Projects Mihali Katsougiannis has worked on:

Nada Stanish

Nada Stanish.

BFA, BLA (Hons)

Associate Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Nada works on a wide range of projects from small urban plaza to large recreation parks and botanical gardens. Her practice bridges art and landscape. Her core specialisation is in concept through to detail design, she provides high level graphic conceptualisation throughout the design process. Nada produced the suite of hand sketches for the award winning isthmus CCNC book, and enjoys working between hand and digital production. Nada draws on her artschool background being experimental in her approach and development of ideas. She has a strong interest in native flora – complex bespoke and, broadbrush planting plans. Having worked in museum and historic gardens she has developed a keen interest in cultural and historic landscapes and taonga.

Core competencies:

Visual Communication
Object Art

Nick Kapica

Nick Kapica.

BA Hons, MDes


Auckland Studio    Wellington Studio   

Nick originates from London where he studied Visual Communication at Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication. He is passionate about people, design and the urban environment. After working as a designer for The Independent, he moved in 1989 to Berlin, founded SV Associates, and evolved his work from visual communication to experience design with a strongly human-centred focus. In 2009 he moved to Wellington, New Zealand to be Senior Lecturer in Design at Massey University. As a design researcher, he operates within two distinct yet related areas of design practice: visual communication design within spatial environments, and the use of spatial environments to enhance and affect users’ experiences within them. In 2017 he joined Wellington City Council as Design Lead responsible for brand experience and pushing ‘design as a process’ deeper into council structures. Nick has collaborated with Atelier Brückner on Scenographic projects and Athfield Architects on workplace and experiential graphic design projects.

Urbanist, designer, kitesurfer, and educator, Nick is happiest when he can bring different people together to build diverse teams that try to understand complex problems and search for unexpected solutions.

Nick Pearson

Nick Pearson.

BLA, NZILA (Registered)

Senior Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Nick works mostly at the detailed design and contract administration end of projects, spending nearly half his time in a hi viz and hard hat on site.

Off duty Nick is a keen musician, sports watcher and DIY plodder.

Projects Nick Pearson has worked on:

Nikki Peck

Nikki Peck.

PGDipBus - Human Resources, RCoN

People and Development

Auckland Studio   

With 20 years experience Nikki is a well respected and sought after human resource practitioner. People and Culture is at the core of Nikki’s focus at Isthmus and she builds the heart of our place by genuinely engaging with our people. With a ready smile Nikki contributes to improving business function, builds strong high trust relationships, and provides clear, concise advice, coaching and direction.

Oriane Merindol

Oriane Merindol.

M.Arch/Architecte D.E

Intermediate Urban Designer/Architect

Auckland Studio   

Oriane studied Architecture and Urban Design in France and in Italy, then worked with Gehl Architects in Denmark, she joined Isthmus in November 2016.

Oriane is interested in designing cities and neighbourhoods in a more sustainable way that promotes social equity. She has been mostly working on masterplanning projects, with a specific focus on creating walk-able places where everyone feels welcome. Oriane is an unconditional walker, loving to explore new places and countries, going everywhere on foot!

Projects Oriane Merindol has worked on:

Paulo Costa

Paulo Costa.

BArch (Hons), ANZIA, MAA (Denmark)

Associate Architect

Auckland Studio   

Paulo, originally from Mozambique, studied Architecture in Wellington and moved back to Auckland a couple of years ago following a 12 year stint in the UK. His experience in the UK focused on urban regeneration and adaptive re-use, working on several mixed use residential developments, with forays into the arts and education sectors along the way.

Paulo combines a passion for designing space with a strong interest in ‘place making’ and a rigorous appreciation of context and takes a collaborative approach to developing ideas from concept level to the end detail.

Outside of the office, when not drawing, you’ll find him cycling or exploring Auckland with family or binging on all things Scandinavian: be it film, furniture or design.

Penny McIntyre

Penny McIntyre.


Chief Operating Officer

Auckland Studio   

As a qualified Accountant, Penny is a valued and trusted member of the senior management team, who brings a wealth of experience and knowledge as well as a cracking good sense of humour!  Penny works collaboratively across Isthmus providing clear financial direction, analysis, process improvements as well as ad hoc projects helping to ensure that our business objectives are met.
Outside of the busy working week, Penny spends quality time with friends and family sharing great yarns whilst fishing, walking, pilates and a good glass of chardonnay!

Ralph Johns

Ralph Johns.

BSc MA, FNZILA Registered


Auckland Studio    Wellington Studio    Board Members   

Ralph takes care of the business; he leads the strategic direction of isthmus.

As a landscape architect Ralph has won a number of industry awards. He was the driving force behind the Isthmus book, Coast Country Neighbourhood City. As Isthmus’ design-led CEO since 2014, Ralph has led the practice through a period of rapid growth. Ralph ensures that Isthmus stays grounded, committed to purpose, and keeps an eye firmly fixed on the horizon.

Ralph lives in Wellington, works in Auckland and rides a bicycle whenever he can.

Rose Armstrong

Rose Armstrong.

Senior Landscape Architect

Wellington Studio   

Rose has wide-ranging experience as a Landscape Architect, having worked as a sole practitioner for approximately 15 years. Her work has comprised landscape assessment and assessment of effects from proposed developments, large-scale landscape planning, site planning and concept design, detailed design and documentation, and contract administration.

Rose equally enjoys pulling together a planting plan, or working at a strategic design-planning level. At Isthmus she is part of the context team, and joined us in May 2018. At the weekends Rose is likely to be found in the garden or at the beach.

Ryan Fothergill

Ryan Fothergill.

Senior Architectural Graduate

Auckland Studio   

Ryan joined Isthmus in July 2019 and is looking forward to immersing himself in a broad range of residential projects. Ryan, originally from Melbourne has been living in Auckland for 3 years and is impressed with the number of large scale projects that have been unfolding and shaping the city.

I enjoy cycling however you won’t find me in a lycra bodysuit trying to shave microseconds off a weekend ride along the Northwestern Motorway.

Salva Shah

Salva Shah.

MArch (Prof)

Architectural Graduate

Auckland Studio   

Salva joined Isthmus in early June 2018. She brings with her the wealth of her experiences in her travels to different parts of the world and the architectural research she has undertaken at the University of Auckland. For her thesis she investigated the intricacies of the intimate space we call home and how a new domestic architecture can sculpt culturally mobile homes and identities in our increasingly globalized world. Other than architecture, she is very passionate about teaching and education. She has not only tutored university and high school students, but in the weekends, she also teaches the migrant and refugee students in her community.

Sarah Bishop

Sarah Bishop.

CMLI (UK), BLA (Hons), BBSc

Principal Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio    Board Members   

Sarah is a Landscape Architect and Urban Designer with over ten years’ professional experience gained in the UK and here at home in New Zealand. She has expertise in a broad range of projects types from strategy and masterplanning, to the design conceptualisation and development, through to preparation of construction documentation. Sarah can move from large scale complex masterplans to intricate spaces that knit into urban fabric, to natural elemental environments – bringing the same level of design sensitivity, clarity and refinement.

Recent projects have included masterplanning for urban centres and coastal environments; the design and delivery of public parks, plazas and streetscapes. She works collaboratively with public and private sector clients, stakeholder and community groups to deliver high quality outcomes loved by their communities.

Sarah’s interest in urban renewal projects, particularly where the land meets the sea is informed by a fascination with maps and their language of how our towns and cities evolve.


Scott Wigglesworth

Scott Wigglesworth.

Senior Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Scott has experience working on a wide range of landscapes including public realm, infrastructure ecological corridors, apartment gardens, 16th century park redevelopments and residential masterplans. He is passionate about designing from concept to completion and specialises in landscape construction detailing and innovation with a strong interest in concrete. Being involved with Transportation projects allowed Scott to better understand and appreciate the importance of multidisciplinary collaboration in order to create cohesive urban realm developments.

He sees landscape architecture as an opportunity to connect people with the land and recognises that we have a special role in bringing people of different cultures and backgrounds outside into our outdoor environments. The recreation of the natural environment in urban spaces and re-interpreting natural processes in a city context is an underlying theme throughout many of Scott’s projects. Outside of the office Scott enjoys skateboarding, snowboarding and being tucked away in his art studio where he paints.

Sean Burke

Sean Burke.

BSc, BLA (Hons), NZILA (Registered)

Principal Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Sean has two decades of experience in a range of landscape architectural work predominantly associated with infrastructure and the coastal edge.

Sean combines strategic thinking with core design skills underpinned by an ability to understand the natural and people context. A champion of the holistic view and noted keeper of overall project design visions, Sean offers a collaborative approach integrating the needs of many across a variety of procurement models.

Sean has a passion for well thought through design that advances the conversation of place, identity and human experience, yet goes beyond the visual to engage with the dynamics of the natural world in a meaningful proactive manner.

Sean Eustace

Sean Eustace.

BLA (Hons)

Graduate Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

‘I can see how landscape architecture can bring value to the world’s most challenging problems. Particularly environmental and social (that’s what’s led me here to Isthmus),’ says Lincoln University graduate Sean.

Sean’s 2019 final year design project analysed the harm caused by wildfires, ‘It’s an issue that NZ has the power to do something about now, before it gets really bad. ‘I started by thinking about it board scale. Refining it down and thinking about the factors that contribute to wildfires; where people live, types of plants and how flammable they are, where cars go, even climate change. ‘A lot of the area burnt by the 2017 Christchurch Port Hills wildfires was pine forestry and that’s an issue because pine burns well. The prevalent gorse there exacerbates the problem because it is flammable. Plus it grows back fast after a fire so it becomes self-perpetuating.

‘On the other hand I looked at how gorse could be used as a nurse crop; which would provide cover for lower flammability species such as New Zealand natives until they became established. ‘And as the native trees grew above the gorse their shade would kill the sun reliant gorse. It’s really cool to see the power of natural processes. There are ways to work with nature rather than against it. ‘As part of my wildfire prevention research I went and talked to a landowner who lived near to the fires (naturally he was interested in this topic too). He suggested sheep grazing could be used more extensively in the hills to keep the grass short so it would burn less. I found it thought-provoking to talk to people who live there.’

Simon Button

Simon Button.

Ba(Hons), MA

Senior Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Simon is a specialist Landscape Architect and Design Planner with experience working in both New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Simon works with private and public sector clients, with a heavy focus on broad scale landscape led masterplanning and urban design in both urban and rural settings. Simon regularly works to find appropriate design responses to constrained sites, ensuring proposals can be successfully integrated within the receiving environment and that developments meet their maximum potential.

During his career, Simon has produced landscape, visual and urban design assessments for projects of varying scales in the residential, commercial, industrial, retail and renewable sectors. Working on such a broad breadth of projects has allowed Simon to hone his skills with a focus on Design Planning, ensuring proposals can be successfully implemented without undue adverse harm on visual amenity or landscape character.

Outside of the studio, Simon enjoys exploring the city and going on camping, tramping and fishing trips to the coast with his wife.

Simon Nicholson

Simon Nicholson.

Intermediate Accountant

Auckland Studio   

Sophie Ebdale

Sophie Ebdale.

Studio Concierge

Auckland Studio   

Sophie Fisher

Sophie Fisher.


Intermediate Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Sophie has predominantly supported the design team in delivering the Schools PPP3 project and is especially interested in developing these engaging designs in response to strong cultural narratives.  

Having moved to New Zealand from the UK, Sophie enjoys spending time outdoors, exploring the diversity of Auckland culture and its wider landscape.

Sophie Jacques

Sophie Jacques.

Bdes, Larch (Hons)

Senior Landscape Architect

Wellington Studio   

Sophie works broadly across a range of projects, from inception through to detailed design. A specialist in construction management she has taken this role on a number of complex projects including the Children’s Garden, Wellington Zoo and currently working on the delivery of North Kumutoto on Wellington’s Waterfront. Sophie is particularly interested in community based projects and inter-generational spaces that take place within the urban framework. Sophie enjoys creating places that have a direct impact on how people (and animals!) live. You’ll find Sophie taking photos of people and landscapes, most likely powering up a mountain somewhere on Wellington’s ridgeline.

Stefanie Graze

Stefanie Graze.

B.Eng. Landscape Architecture, M.Sc. Urban Design

Senior Urban Designer

Auckland Studio   

Stefanie is a landscape architect and urban designer from Germany. She has overall eight years experience in landscape design, urban research and co-creation projects. She strongly believes that good projects develop out of the space itself, this is why she likes to integrate field studies into the work process. She specializes in exploring, analyzing and developing strategies and concepts for strong neighbourhoods.

Stefanie can be found hiking in nature, discovering New Zealand or learning how to play her synthesizer.

Tayler Matthews

Tayler Matthews.

B.Arch, MUrbDes

Graduate Urban Designer

Auckland Studio   

Tayler recently joined Isthmus as a Graduate Urban Designer having completed a Bachelor of Architecture at Victoria University and a Master’s in Urban Design at Auckland University. Over the past few years she has been living in London and exploring Europe.

She has a particular interest in urban regeneration projects, which was the central idea behind her final university dissertation. She finds the process of uncovering opportunities in existing urban environments not meeting their full potential and making design decisions to benefit communities a rewarding challenge.

Outside of work Tayler enjoys playing club netball and eating her way around Auckland’s delicious food spots.

Tessa Bradbury

Tessa Bradbury.


Graduate Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Tessa has worked with Isthmus since November 2018 after graduating from the University of Western Australia. During her studies, Tessa gained 18 months of professional experience in Perth, working on a range of projects, diverse in their scale and level of detail. With a focus on master planning for waterfront management and mixed-used residential development. Tessa’s thesis topic, ‘The Future of Private Open Space – Adapting to Density’ reflects her interests in a forward-thinking design approach to landscape architecture and its ability to aid global issue around population pressures and climate change.

Tessa Macphail

Tessa Macphail.

BDes(LADN)(Hons), NatCertHort(L2), NZILA (Registered)

Senior Landscape Architect

Wellington Studio   

Tessa leads projects with a collaborative approach and a keen eye for detail. She is passionate about considered, community-led design outcomes which enhance the lives of those that use and inhabit them, and celebrate the identity, character and narratives of that place. Her diverse experience includes parks, playspaces, civic spaces, streetscapes, urban regeneration, waterways, comprehensive urban planting proposals, and large scale infrastructure projects. Many of these have been complex, long-term projects starting with a conceptual masterplan, design framework or strategy.

Out of office hours you will find her exploring the beaches, bush walks and playspaces of the Wellington Region with her young family.

Projects Tessa Macphail has worked on:

Tim Cook

Tim Cook.

MLA (Merit), BDesn (Hons)

Senior Landscape Architect

Wellington Studio   

Tim has professional experience in New Zealand, Australia, and the United Kingdom and brings a strong skill set of project management, design and documentation across all phases.

His experience encompasses a wide range of projects; including citywide masterplans, parks, streetscapes, multi-residential and mixed-use developments, transport infrastructure, cultural landscapes and playspaces.

Outside work, Tim likes to keep active and enjoys making the most of the Wellington region’s running and hiking trails.

Tim Watts

Tim Watts.

MA Urban Design, B.Planning, BA Town & Country Planning

Principal - Urban Design

Auckland Studio   

Tim joined Isthmus in February 2019 to support Isthmus’s expanding portfolio of urban development work. As a chartered planner (MRTPI) and qualified urban designer he has built up a strong track record of delivering complex transformation projects including large scale residential and town centre masterplans, city block redevelopments, transit-oriented developments and public realm upgrades.

Travis McGee

Travis McGee.

MLA, BAS (Land), NZILA (reg)

Senior Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Travis designs public spaces, large and small scale parks, subdivision planning, sports facilities, walkways and cycleways, skate parks and education. He predominately focuses in the design of schools where he leads the concepts through to the construction.

Travis’ passion lies within the natural environment and the ecological processes that are integral to landscape architectural design. This originates from growing up in the rural North Island where he developed a strong connection to land and the outdoors. His thesis, titled Catalysts for Environmentalism, was developed around public relationships with the natural environment and used Landscape Architecture to develop links between natural and urban environments as a means of reconnecting residents to their local river systems.

Travis Wooller

Travis Wooller.

BLA, NZILA (Registered)

Associate Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Ever the perfectionist, Travis thrives on detail.  Over 11 years of construction administration and overseeing landscape builds in the urban environment have provided for a solid design ethos that enables him to convert clients aspirations, concepts and desired outcomes into a solid reality.
Travis firmly believes that listening is designing too, and meaningful input by the end user and client is key to a projects success. With his extensive experience designing, managing and delivering streets, plazas, large scale parks, sport infrastructure, and skate parks, Travis has proven to be a safe pair of hands to carry complex and technical projects through to the last detail.

Vamshi Puppala

Vamshi Puppala.

BBus. Accounting

Accounts Assistant

Auckland Studio   

Vamishi graduated from the AUT school of business and accounting in 2016. Originally from Hyderabad, India he speaks fluent Telugu, a bit of Hindi, and English. He is passionate about cricket and you will find him most weeknights and weekends on the field or down at the nets. Vamshi currently plays for Eden Roskill Premier team. Outside of cricket, he really enjoys hiking and getting outdoors in any capacity. Prior to working with Isthmus Vamshi was with AMP insurance and Bauer Media.

Wade Lipsham

Wade Lipsham.


Senior Landscape Architect

Wellington Studio   

Wade experienced a 10 year hiatus from Landscape Architecture, where he was involved in Business and management. He brings these new skill sets with him and applies it to practice.

Wade’s background is in High-end Residential developments and his passion and expertise lies in concept design and masterplanning. Wade has an ability to offer creative and artistic solutions to any design problem brief.

He also has a great love and sound knowledge of native plants and their positive ecological contribution to the wider New Zealand Landscape.

Projects Wade Lipsham has worked on:

William Brooks

William Brooks.

BAS, M.Arch (Prof)

Intermediate Architectural Graduate

Auckland Studio   

William joined Isthmus in early July 2018, after gaining several years experience in Auckland practices. He brings with him a wide range of concept design experience from the commercial, tertiary and residential sectors. He is particularly interested in exploring intertwining the realms of home and work to re-engage community to the city.

Outside work, Will has a strong interest in craft and making with his hands. On weekends he enjoys exploring what Tāmaki Makaurau has to offer, visiting the Avondale Markets, walking at One Tree Hill or going to a show in town


Zach Barker

Zach Barker.

BLA (Hons)

Intermediate Landscape Architect

Auckland Studio   

Zach began with Isthmus mid-September 2018, a dual Kiwi and American citizen, Zach has a passion and curiosity about the social dynamics of urban spaces, material systems and landscape infrastructure. Zach aspires to create innovative and sustainable landscapes in both countries. In his spare time Zach enjoys tramping with his partner Maddie and K9 Shackleton. While in Auckland Zach hopes to play social rugby, get involved in coaching and learn to sail.

Past Team Members

Garth Falconer, Mike Jones, Helen Ballinger, Nicola Williams, Richard Hart, Tim Fitzpatrick, Simon Rackham, Philip Henderson, Jeremy Cooke, Anna Bolton Riley, Laura Andrews, Lisa Atkinson, Catherine Alington, Katie Banks, Nik Kneale, Justin Morey, Jane Gilmour, Kara Maresca, Nat Lawrence, Lee Brazier, Guy Protheroe, Nicola Charles, Yoko Tanaka, Joanna Soanes, Fraser Miller, Allen Nicholson,Tanisha McGinpie, Orson Waldock, Francois Vienne, Iryna Prokopchuk, Nina Harrison, Alan Gray, Kristy Haliday, Margaret Poppelwell, Rui Seguchi, Maree Garnett, Peter Wilson, Kent Potter, Linda Kerkmeester, Evan Williams, Jeremy Wilks, Fabian Low, Bridget Murdoch, Paul Browne, Sophie Schmeltz, Esther Hjelstrom, James Bentley, Rochelle Adams, Abbie Baumgart, Charlotte Grant, Claire Macky, Simon Bogalo, Danbi Park, Sean Leogreen, Jamie Johnson, Shonagh Lindsay, Kaye Reihana, Paul Roper Gee, Nicola Rees, Nigel Parker, Wade Robertson, Rebecca Hughes, Grace He, Sarah Baumann, Sarah Finlayson, Adrian Taylor, Emma Golightly, Scot Bathgate, Kent Lundberg, Kirstin Johnson, George Woolford, Jade McFarlane, Hoa Luu, Kylie Agraval, Liz Clarke, Tabitha McGinty, Fiona Nightingale, Rachael Annan, Nathan Young, Sandeep Cyril, Hanna O’Donoghue, Rosie Allen, Katrina Kidson, Wendi Nicoll, Liz Plank, Sue McManaway, Jess Lam, Kristyn Aldridge, Bernard Wind, Catherine Wilson, Daniel Yang, Ellen Aronsson-Jones, Matt Peacocke, Annette Allwood, Karen Ehlers, Paggy Shen, Alfred Chan, Gabrielle Free, Matt Faulk, Jimmy Zhuang, David Gregory, Stephen Bay, Rewi Thompson, Dean O’Donnell, Taylor Davis, Maria Bergvall, Ella Tisdall, Mark Radford, Sarah Poff, Sarah Al-Anbuky, Dan Males, Alistair Luke, Julia Wick, Rhonda Corbett, James Ure, Stefan Beconcini, Dion Mortensen, Adelle Hammond, Greta Christensen, Marcus Richardson, Suchita Jain, Jordyn Hesketh, Francis Pierard, Rebecca Jerram, John Broadbent, Mark Sayegh, Charlotte Warren, Natasha Whitlock, Earl Rutherford, Marita Hunt, Sam Irvine, Emma Davis, Michael Morgan, Duncan Ecob, Bruce McKenzie, Sam Gwynn, Chris Combrink, Scott Donnell.