The less you think you’ll enjoy working with a personal stylist, the more I’ll probably enjoy working with you!
In 2018 I was lead stylist for Melbourne Fashion Week’s groundbreaking event, Access to Fashion, featuring models with disability. I’ve worked with people of all backgrounds, from CEOs, doctors, university lecturers, people with mental illness and people with learning difficulties.
I strongly believe personal style reveals an enormous amount about us, whether or not we are aware of it. For that reason I’m as interested in having you feel comfortable and confident with your outfit choices as I am in getting the aesthetics of style right for you.
I encourage everyone to have fun with style. This doesn’t mean you need to follow trends - it's more important to uncover your own sense of style. Personal style is an expression of self and not limited to the 20 somethings.
In 2019 the NGV invited me to speak on Personal Colour Analysis as part of their educational program.
I have been a guest speaker on the aesthetics of personal style at The School of Life in both Sydney and Melbourne and have facilitated more than one hundred workshops on personal presentation in the non profit sector as well as privately.