Did you always want to be a designer?
Ever since I can remember I wanted to be an artist, fashion designer, interior designer, and then I feel in love with surface pattern design, it combined everything I loved about being creative and there were so many mediums I could use.
Was it easy to get a start in the industry?
At university I had the opportunity to work on a number of live briefs for some amazing companies such as Johnson Tiles, Marks & Spenser’s and Clintons, through these briefs I gained industry connections and more experience.
What tracks do you play when need most inspiration?
Depends what mood I’m in usually something really upbeat but I also love background noise, people busy in the studio staringly relaxing.
What would you say was the most challenging aspect of your role?
As a junior designer I’m still learning how we work as a company, so each day is a new challenge weather it’s a creative or technical challenge everyday is different, but I find myself learning new skills all the time, ways to make my work better and quicker ways of working, which is really important when working in a fast pace environment.
What is a typical day at Arthouse like?
Coffee! Coffee comes first, each day, once it turns 8:30 we’re on a mission, even thou mine normally goes cold before 9am due to being busy.
What is the best bit of your job?
Working in the studio, I love coming into the studio for a fresh day of work it’s always been my favourite part since university, and the people and design team are amazing!