Nicole and Daniel teamed up after graduating from the Inchbald School of Garden Design in London. For their first joint project, a show garden on Main Avenue at Chelsea Flower Show 2014, they were awarded a Silver-Gilt medal.
Nicole Fischer grew up in Hamburg, Germany. She is a trained translator and interpreter for English and French and studied history, German and French literature in Hamburg and Oxford. After three years in the casting department of a German media conglomerate, Nicole founded her own casting agency in Munich, with more than 50 film and tv productions to her name. With a desire to change her career and follow her passion for garden design, Nicole came to London in 2012 to study at the Inchbald School of Garden Design. Nicole graduated with honours in July 2013, receiving the Gardens Illustrated Prize. She splits her time between London and Munich and speaks German, English and French.
Daniel Auderset grew up in Liebistorf, Switzerland. He lives in Bern and speaks German, French and English. He studied Business Administration in Fribourg and Burlington, Vermont, and worked in telecommunications and healthcare. From early childhood Daniel has been fascinated by nature and particularly by plants. On holidays with his parents, he visited gardens in Austria, France and Spain, where his interest in landscape architecture and garden design was aroused. At seventeen he designed his first garden. In his mid-twenties Daniel began to work as a gardener and in 2014 he started his own garden design business. The number of enthusiastic clients is steadily growing. He came to London to study at the Inchbald School of Garden Design, graduating with honours in July 2013.