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Joel Loblaw

A graduate of Ryerson’s Landscape Architecture program, Joel Loblaw’s approach to outdoor spaces is bold, strong and yet extremely gentle. His timeless creations reflect his love of colour and plantings (which can be enjoyed year-round). A committed and talented painter, Joel is involved in several community arts programs, including Nuit Blanche. His extensive practical experience in landscape design and construction – along with a passion for planting design – made him the natural choice to co-host HGTV’s Dirty Business.


Lindsy Gregory

As Joel Loblaw’s new business partner (and sister), Lindsy Gregory brings two decades of senior level experience in client service, marketing and brand development to her role. An honours graduate of Ryerson’s Marketing and Business Management program, Lindsy has run two successful graphic design firms. A flawless orchestrator, Lindsy ensures each project is delivered on time and on budget. Lindsy’s passion for creativity makes landscape design a natural fit. Like her little brother, she enjoys pitching in and getting her hands dirty whenever possible.


Emily Hall

With a passion for outdoor spaces, Emily Hall brings a youthful energy to her new role as Designer at Joel Loblaw. A graduate of the University of Guelph’s Bachelor of Landscape Architecture program, she is intimately involved in all aspects of the design and fulfillment process. Her previous experience at a landscape/architectural firm and work in interior and floral design have made her an invaluable addition to Joel Loblaw Inc.


Celeste Toogood

From an early age, Celeste Toogood developed a love for the outdoors and all things green – which probably explains why she designed and built her own home on the edge of a provincial park. She is a graduate of Ryerson’s Landscape Design program and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from NSCAD University. In all her work, Celeste incorporates an interesting mix of materials – including wood, metal and stone – with native plants to create a compelling composition of colour, pattern and texture.