Creative director and founder of Quints of Jersey.

As a design and marketing graduate, my goal of opening my own design studio has always been a dream of mine.  Over the past 10 years, I have geared my career path towards this goal, taking in every bit of experience with me.

My own path has been far from straight forward. I started with a degree in Print Design and Marketing (I used to spend my days screen printing and creating marketing plans, print pigment was often in my hair and fabric dye up my arm, I loved every minute of it). I then worked in digital textile design in Sydney, Paris and London. I then came back to Jersey due to a family illness and decided to freelance for the London studio whilst working in corporate events and marketing in Jersey. It took me 10 years to kick start my dream business. I didn’t rush. I didn’t scramble towards it. I just did the things that I did with plenty of love, attention, and plenty of coffee thrown in to help me.

Quints of Jersey has been featured in some amazing design blogs, recently being listed as the top 50 wedding stationery companies worldwide for 2016. Being asked to design for the Tower of London has been another highlight. I have been overwhelmed by success of our projects which has helped our business clients grow in the right direction and helped bride and grooms to set the perfect scene for their big day. I remember every pixel of every one of the projects. But I feel the most proud when I think about the clients I have worked with and how I have played a part in helping them achieve their business / event vision. I have loved every minute of it.


When I’m not designing you can find me cooking for family and friends, I love spending my spare time with my loved ones. If you can’t find me in the studio or cooking I’m most probably getting on my bike gathering ingredients for my next meal, or buying fonts on my phone whilst drinking great coffee.

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