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A personal, and brand achievement.

On the 14th December, I was asked give a presentation (along with two other business women) on my journey as a creative, and a brand, for Fierce Femmes. Anyone that knows me will know that public speaking is one of my biggest fears. I'm happy to talk to anyone, and everyone, but put me in front of a room of people, whom are all looking and listening to me, and the anxiety takes over. I crumble. Initially I turned down the offer to speak, and weeks before I even considered pulling out. How could I possibly do this? I don't do things like this! Do I really need to do it? This inner argument played over and over, but deep...

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A personalised wedding.

My accessories are a classic addition to your outfits all year round, as well as special occasions, especially weddings.I've been fortunate to have been asked numerous times to create bespoke pocket squares for the groom, and his best men. This really embodies my brands ethos, for these pocket squares complete an outfit that are part of a sentimental day, and can be worn over and over again for years to come. Therefore, they will trigger this special memory. With this in mind, I decided to design a collection of pocket squares for weddings using one of my watercolour paintings of a popular flower choice, the Peony, along with three desired colour ways.   It was an absolute pleasure to have...

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Crest Commission.

Alongside my latest commissioned piece, I was also asked to produce another based on a family crest for a gentleman's birthday. The customer wanted me to take the crest, and use the traditional aspects with a more overall abstract and contemporary feel. The desired colours were majority blues/teals, with small amounts of golds or burnt oranges.With my recent love for the geometric aesthetic, I thought this crest would work really well due to its array of shapes.I started by sketching out the crest with nib and ink, and then tracing my own drawing with a more definite line. With the crest now complete, I was able to experiment with its form.I wanted to compliment the crest by balancing it out...

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