I have been interested in all things design for as long as I can remember. From buying and indulging in as many magazines as I could get my hand on and watching home renovation shows. Visiting open homes on the weekend was more exciting than going to the toy shop. I have always helped family and friends with paint, fabric and furniture choices. I loved drawing house plans as a hobby from a young age. My family has always fostered hands on approach to all aspects of building and owning your own home.
I’m interested in how good design impacts on our lives and the way we feel. Since we spend most of our time indoors, it’s important that our homes, offices and entertainment venues promote a sense of wellbeing. Many factors affect our mood, perhaps the most import of these are natural light, colour and acoustics. As a designer, I want to work with clients to transform their interiors into a functional yet beautiful space that evokes a positive emotional response.
I have always found myself with an eye for design. In my spare time I couldn’t help but pick up the pencil. My passion was quickly ignited and was something I realised I didn’t want to ignore. From drawing stars to designing fashion pieces and forever homes, I began to appreciate the importance of understanding the way people function in a space. It is important that you can take what you create on paper and explore ways of bringing your inspiration to life.