Otherwise known as Tribe Creative London....there was a Tribe, now there is me and thats how I like it. In earlier years I took on large projects that required external resources to deliver the work. Managing the teams, third parties and all the travel involved distracted me from what I love most...CREATIVITY. So 2 years ago I scaled back, I had established myself under the Tribe Creative name and I like it, so I kept it. I like to think that even if I am working on solo projects I am still part of a larger Tribe and movement of hard working Creatives all doing what we can to make the world a more visually pleasing place to exist in.
So about me... I started as a in-store VM at H&M in 1999 and progressed through my career working with companies and brands such as Burberry, Arcadia, Mattel, John Lewis and Heals (to name a few.) I feel privileged to have seen the sun rise through the windows of Harrods on early morning installs and the sun set on Selfridges and Harvey Nichols as I arrived for nightshifts.
I have worked in Pritemps in Paris and travelled to factories in China to explore props and all things Christmas all in the name of "work". Visual Merchandising, Interior Styling, and being in the buzz of Retail environments is my happy place.
As a ex Textile student who used to lose myself in the Textile departments at Liberty, Peter Jones or Designers Guild. It is no surprise to me that my early VM career has now transitioned me happily back into Home Interiors. With Styling work featured in editorials such as Hello and Real Homes I am happy that I got a foot in the door of that world and I aim to keep going with my sights set on more..."Elle Decoration do you need a stylist?"
Working for me, myself and I, is my perfect blend of VM, Retail, Interiors and design. Each year my client list grows and my old clients stay loyal because they know I deliver what they are looking for with the professionalism and reliability they expect from their own employees. If you are reading this and looking for Creative support in any of the areas that my portfolio of work covers then .....
Real Life Reviews
Whats more important then client feedback? Well for a freelancer there is nothing better then word of mouth. Recommendations don't just spread client to client the people we work with are just as important.
Thanks to these lovely photographers and one of my clients opposite I can share some reviews with you that were left on the Interiors website houzz.