I realized I wanted to become a designer when I was fifteen; I decided to cut my brother's woolly jumper sleeves off and style them as leg warmers. It wasn't until I got stuck in a rainstorm and found myself in a pool of felted, thready mess, that I realized that fashion design was probably not my forte. But I knew one thing, I could draw and fast forward a few years, I enrolled in Printed Textile Design at Brighton University and met people just like me. I fell in love with folk art, wilderness and animals and my final collection was an ode to Inuit Legends. Since then, I've spent many years working as a Textile Designer and Illustrator working with some of the finest creative people in the industry all over the globe.