I graduated from the Chelsea School Art, with an honours degree in Interior and Spatial Design and studied the History of Art & Architecture at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum. My
training included; architecture and landscape; the principles of repetition and rhythm; draughting; model making, concept presentation and space planning. I now specialise in creating schemes that
fuse the principles of function and aesthetic.
I am influenced by a broad range of architectural styles. The elegance of the Georgian period. The avant-garde modernism of the early and mid-twentieth century. Viennese architect Adolf
Loos, the Bauhaus School, and the german-American Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, designer of the Barcelona Pavilion. The cutting edge approach of designers such as Philippe Starck, Tom Ford and architect
planners like David Chipperfield and Terry Farrell.
I love the work of the Hollywood art directors of the 20s and 30s and the elegance and glamour they expose. The clarity of the ideas of Dorothy Draper and the honesty of William Haynes. As a
source of ideas, I look at the stunning work of artists such as Paul Klee, Dali and Picasso; the drama of Rothko and Mondrian, and the colour of Matisse.
I believe that each room should be filled with those things which inspire you.