We are delighted to represent Mark Lane
- one of the BBC2 Gardeners’ World presenters.
Gardening TV presenter Mark Lane is an inspirational presenter with a passion for gardening, wildlife and nature. He has gained a first class reputation as a landscape designer and is passionate about inspiring and encouraging everybody to spend time in nature, gardens and green spaces.
He is a presenter of the award winning BBC Gardeners’ World, as well a presenter for BBC Gardeners’ World Live and the Royal Horticultural Society’s Flower Shows – Chelsea, Hampton Court Palace, Tatton. BBC Gardeners’ World is one of a handful of factual TV programmes with a long pedigree of 50 years, viewed by a staggering 3 million people on a weekly basis, in the UK alone.
Mark graduated from University College London in Art History with a B.A. (Hons). He went on to become the Publishing Director for the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the Managing Editor for the leading international Arts publisher Thames & Hudson.
In 2001 Mark was in a car accident and had to have operations on his spine, which were complicated by him being born with spina bifida. Following a long rehabilitation period Mark studied garden design through an Open Learning course and has gone on to become the first recognised UK garden designer in a wheelchair.
He says, “I’m here in a wheelchair and I can do these things. First and foremost I am a presenter, who just happens to be in a chair, but if I can be an inspiration to other people, then all the better for it.”
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