Born and raised in South Devon, Phoebe Kingdon grew up with three major influences.
Firstly, her large, loud, and slightly dysfunctional family encouraged her to act as the leader in her own life.
Secondly, her countryside surroundings created the perfect landscape for childhood adventures and stories, and became the kindling for her creative spark.
Finally, her Steiner education allowed her to gain clear insight into her own creative motivations, while learning the importance of valuing those she shared her space with.
As an adult she has now kicked grass for gravel, and is pursuing these inspirations with her Creative

and Professional Writing degree now added to her belt. As well as a love for her work, the excitement of being able to translate truths to an audience in her own unique voice is at the forefront for her passion for writing.

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An Entry From My Landscape Journal: The Beech

This is a creative response to a tree, and how it represents the cyclical nature of life around it. This simplistic capturing of a moment in time was the inspiration for my final year project.

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Skydiving is an extract of my final year project, which was inspired by the style of writing I did for The Beech. My project was a memoir of my childhood, captured in short sequences that gesture to universality.