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Christin Geall (b.1969, Canada) focuses on the intersections of nature, culture, and horticulture through her works. A writer, gardener, floral designer, and photographer, Christinis the author of the book Cultivated: The Elements of Floral Style (Princeton Architectural Press, 2020). Trained in horticulture at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, she completed a BA in Environmental Studies & Anthropology and a MFA in Writing before becoming a columnist, adjunct professor, and designer. Through her company, Cultivated, Christin teaches and speaks internationally. Christin lives and works in British Columbia, Canada.


MA, Creative Nonfiction, 2007

BA, University of Victoria, 1995


2020, How To Make Cut Flowers Last Whether Purchased or Picked, The Telegraph

2020, 18 Captivating New Books to Spark Inspiration, Architectural Digest

2020, ‘Cultivated’ Makes a Compelling Case for the Natural Power of a Beautifully Arranged Garden in a Vase, The Seattle Times

2020, Floral Design and Photographer Christin Gaell's Growing Brand, YAM Magazine

2020, Noted Oak Bay Floral Arranger Debuts First Book, Monday Magazine

2020, Blooms: Contemporary Floral Design, Phaidon

2019, 8 Ideas for Arranging Summer's Best Blooms, Veranda