Analysis of flow cytometry data is an essential tool for clinical diagnosis of hematological and immunological conditions. Current clinical workflows rely on a manual process called gating to classify cells into their canonical types. This dependence on human annotation limits the rate, reproducibility, and complexity of flow cytometry analysis. In this paper, we propose using Mondrian processes to perform automated gating by incorporating prior information of the kind used by gating technicians. The method segments cells into types via Bayesian nonparametric trees. Examining the posterior over trees allows for interpretable visualizations and uncertainty quantification - two vital qualities for implementation in clinical practice.