Heather Ring is a landscape architect and artist practicing in London. She received her Masters in Landscape Architecture from The University of Pennsylvania, and has been working with Gustafson Porter and Martha Schwartz Partners on the design of large-scale public spaces while developing a socially-engaged art practice. She is the founder of the Wayward Plant Registry, developing adoption events for unwanted plants, and the Wayward Land Trust, a strategic design practice for orphaned land and interim spaces. Her work has been included in exhibitions at the Barbican London; the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal; The Graham Foundation, Chicago; and the London Festival of Architecture. She is a Senior Editor at Archinect.com.