From an early age I have always been creative, artistic and always dreamt of a career in which I could put this to good use, but life carved out a different path and whilst bringing up my children alone, the dream took a backseat and I chose a career which fitted alongside this, working with children with complex needs whilst training and qualifying as a beautician.
Whilst this job was rewarding, I couldn’t shake the feeling that something was missing and with my children all grown up I decided to train as a florist combining my passion for art and flowers. I have now been qualified for 10 years and have recently had the pleasure of partaking in an intensive one to one course with the amazing Emma Soulsby Flower School of London – never stop learning and updating your skills!
When I am not creating floral designs or pampering people, there is nothing I love more than walking my dog Clarence, taking inspiration from the countryside to put into my creations.
They say if you do what you love you will never work a day in your life, and here I am living the quote and doing what I love every single day.