Davon graduated with First Class Honours Degree in Landscape Architecture at Kingston University London in 2014. In the same year at the University Degree Show he won the John Farmer Award for Sustainability, awarded for his undergraduate project tackling flooding on the River Dour in Dover, Kent.
Prior to university, Davon gained a retail based horticultural background working as a Garden Centre Manager for Wyevale Garden Centres in Dorking, Surrey. After graduating from University he began working as a Graduate Landscape Architect for AECOM within the Masterplanning and Landscape Architecture department assisting in the production of illustrative concept masterplans for a number of hotels and resorts in locations such as Bahrain, Malta and Mauritius. He also worked closely on some detailed design stages and CAD drawing packages for a Four Seasons Hotel in Montenegro and a Hyatt Hotel in Mallorca.
He began working as a Landscape Assistant with terra firma in April 2016. Since joining terra firma Davon has assisted in landscape design and detailed cad drawings for projects including Arborfield School, McCarthy and Stone Cirencester and White City in London. He has also worked on a number of Landscape Visual Impact Assessments/Appraisals prior to design stages for Lythe Hill Hotel near Haslemere, Gordon’s School near Woking and Chart Hills Golf Club in Kent.
Qualifications: BA Landscape Architecture (2011-2014) with First Class Honours