Tell us a little about yourself and what it is that you do?
I’m an English born interior designer now living in Byron Bay. My background is furniture design, I worked with Terence Conran in London and that brought me to Melbourne to open the Conran Shop at Georges just over 20 years ago yikes!
I lived in Melbourne for ten years and was the creative director at Mark Tuckey furniture. We moved to Sydney and did another ten-year stint, and have recently, just before lockdown, moved up to Byron where I’d bought a lovely little Queenslander 18 months ago. I have two daughters, Chilli and Indigo. They are settling into their new school up here and life is good.
How would you describe your interior aesthetic?
Definitely easy, definitely homely, and definitely liveable. A home should tell the story of your life, it should be made up of things you’ve collected along the way and it should read easily. I adore what I do and when I work with a client and try to help them make their home somewhere they can really feel comfortable and really enjoy. There should be an element of fun.