Interior Design to me is a perfect blend of the world of architecture, and the world of visual. I have been drawing since I could hold a pencil in my hand, and have grown up loving visual art and the freedom of creativity that it provides. As I grew older, I found myself drawn to buildings and spaces and how they affect the people and the way we live, and that is when I decided that I wanted to become an interior designer. I have spent the last two years at CIT expanding my knowledge of the principles of design and my skill set, and challenging myself to learn and grow and keep an open mind towards all the incredible possibilities that the world of design holds.
I really love the combination of skills utilised as a designer. It allows me to express my creativity through design thinking, which is balanced with the technical and problem solving skills required to successfully meet the brief. I look forward to designing commercial spaces that are creative, functional and add value to clients business whilst rounding out my professional design skills.
I’ve always been a creative person and during my high school years I studied fashion and graphic design and was inspired by how they both integrate into Interior Design. Over the past two years studying interior design my love for this course has grown and inspires me every day to achieve my goals of becoming a successful designer.
I have always been fascinated by design, even from a young age. I love the endless possibilities of inspiration, and watching small ideas transform into strong concepts and unique spaces. I believe in creating environments that are functional, aesthetic, and enjoyable for all users, while having an adaptive approach to each individual project. As a designer, I am looking forward to continuously growing and developing within the industry.
I have always been a creative and artistic person, starting off as an visual art student with a keen eye for composition and detail. My design style is refined and draws inspiration from natural, sustainable forms. I aim to use the skills I have acquired studying both art and interior design and apply them to the field of set and scenic design.
Interior Design to me is a way of bringing art to life. In the years that I’ve been studying at CIT, I’ve learnt that interior design plays an important role in our daily lives. It was wonderful to learn how Australia treats interior designs as it is a great factor in improving the working and living environment of people. I’m always mesmerised by the little things and tiny details that greatly impact on the way my designs can look. I enjoy doing free hand sketches and have always loved researching for every assignment that we had to do.
Starting my career as a scientist I fulfilled my creative potential on the side with visual art. I finally bit the bullet and decided to study again to do interior design - a course I wish I had done at the end of year 12. Interior design is the perfect career choice for me as it offers an exquisite balance between scientific precision and creative flair. I have lived in both London and New Orleans for extended periods and have a passion for travelling and exploring new cultures. I find that I can draw inspiration from these adventures.