Plymouth College of Art
Interior design, decoration and styling
As an Interior design graduate with a strong passion for design, I am fascinated by the interiors that surround us and how spaces are designed to be tailored to a person’s style or feeling. I withhold an eye for colour, detail and up-to-date trends, in all its many forms which allows me to succeed in environments where innovation and experimentation are encouraged. When adhering to a brief, I have a proven record of success in completing briefs to meet objectives on time whilst producing high-standard designs suited to an individual’s style. I am described by my friends and colleagues as a charismatic and modest person who has had experience with communicating well in order for my peers to feel valued and supported. I am an active listener who prides myself on empathy and an emotional understanding of the team around me. I consider myself to be a passionate and creative individual who takes inspiration from Scandinavian design trends by exploring them through residential and educational spaces. Specifically, interiors that convey a clean and minimalist style that aims to integrate functionality and aesthetics of natural light to encourage sustainability.
Interior Design Assistant Iroka Interiors 2020-2021 Working as a sales assistant to designing private projects, I bring innovative designs to teams or projects that explore a series of styles and colours. I am developing new design skills each day; being independent and professional has impacted the way I work and create. o I flourish working with others by being able to step up and bring innovative ideas to a group o Applying my technical editorial and design skills to design sheets to prepare for client presentations. _ My Final Interior Design Degree Show Project manager 2022 A collaborative project to showcase the final years' work at the Royal William Yard, Ocean Studios. Assisting in the organization of a big design group as a team leader for the final degree show. Budgeting, presentations, branding, and marketing are all things to consider. o Making sure each member of the group knew what they were doing and updated proposals and plans often. _ Student Representative 2021-2022 This year, as the student representative for third-year interior design students, I was in charge of reflecting student opinions at departmental meetings and relaying vital information. o Listening to my peer's issues and needs to ensure I forward them to my team leaders so that we can work together on them to be resolved.