Junglefy was founded by husband and wife team, Jock and Hanna Gammon in 2009. We emerged from strong market demand for green walls and quickly established ourselves as a business renowned for delivering complex and innovative green walls, roofs and facades. We call it living infrastructure.
We believe living infrastructure provides our built environment with natural beauty and living design as well as happier and healthier people. We want to turn our cities into urban jungles with plants growing everywhere: on the walls of car parks and highways, inside and outside buildings, along lane-ways and on rooftops.
Meet Our Team
Hanna is a trained molecular biologist with a Masters in Communication and has a natural devotion to plants and nature. As the strategic head and Chair, Hanna is dedicated to the operational success of Junglefy, which has seen the business grow to one of Australia’s leading living infrastructure specialists.
Trained as a horticulturist with studies in Environmental Science, Jock loves plants and understands how to ensure their survival in Australian urban environments and their power at making cites more liveable. As Managing Director, he works closely with clients to ensure that living infrastructure projects can be realised in a cost effective and low risk manner.
Being a natural innovator, Jock developed the award-winning ‘Junglefy Breathing Wall’, an active green wall system, scientifically proven to accelerate the removal of air pollutants, volatile organic compounds and particulate matter.
Jock continues to challenge the status quo, through investing in research and the science behind the Junglefy Breathing Wall and other new technologies. His desire to create a better place for future generations is helping to shape the living infrastructure market both locally and globally.
Joining Junglefy as General Manager, Suzie brings over a decade of experience in green building and a wealth of industry connections. Suzie is a former executive director of the Green Building Council of Australia where she was instrumental in developing Australia’s green building movement and the uptake of Green Star. More recently, Suzie created the boutique consultancy, Good Marketing & PR, servicing companies with a sustainability focus. Suzie also sits on the boards of the Living Future Institute of Australia and Archikidz.
Chris brings over 20 years of industry experience to head up Junglefy’s construction team. With past roles in construction and project management, Chris has worked across both public and private sectors in Australia and the UK. Chris is responsible for delivering Junglefy’s living infrastructure projects on time and on budget, whilst being adaptable to the changes that arise in construction and with the ability to problem solve and manage all stakeholders.
Trained as an Environmental Toxicologist, Andrew has furthered his study in Environmental Science with horticultural qualifications and a specific interest in sustainable urban horticulture. With project management experience, Andrew brings 10 years of scientific research to Junglefy’s innovative team and enjoys collaborating with clients to create horticultural solutions within urban construction environments.
With over 15 years of horticultural industry experience, Andrew is passionate about horticulture in urban environments. Andrew has a Diploma in Horticulture, a Bachelor of Science in Landscape and Amenity Management and a range of horticulture experience from green-keeping to vertical gardens. Originally from the UK, Andrew began his career with Junglefy delivering the planting and maintenance of One Central Park and now he manages the maintenance team across all Junglefy’s living infrastructure projects.
George began his career at age 14 doing seasonal harvest work on farms in the UK and progressed to become the Harvest Manager. Prior to joining Junglefy, George spent seven years working as a Project Manager for a Sydney structural landscaping business. With a Bachelor of Science degree (Hons) in Rural Resource Management, George understands the importance and value of our natural resources and applies this knowledge to the urban environment.