Tell us about your work and your floral style or how you use flowers or foliage in your creative work:
Flowers have always been my creative outlet whether it be picking from the side of the road or stealing my aunties potted pansies as a kid. I have always loved to create with different things from the garden experimenting without having to buy anything actually became really fun to do. This really started my foraged style of floristry where I try incorporate anything and everything including dried blooms and foliage.
What makes you and your work unique:
I actually never thought I had my own style as I was taught very traditional floristry as an apprentice florist but once I started working for myself my style has evolved with definite traditional elements but also with my love of different types of greenery and foliage involved. I also love to use groupings in my work which can be very traditional but using different bold types of flowers helps to create something more unique.
Any flower dreams or aspirations you would like to share:
I think like most florists I would love to have a flower plot of my own and be able to pick straight from garden and create instantly.
What did you do before floral design?
Nothing serious just daydreaming of being a florist in retail jobs.
Whose wedding or what event would you most like to work on?
Adele because I think she would be so hilarious and also just let me do my thing.