Autumn Winter 2013
Label: Nicholas

Autumn/Winter 2013 Racing Carnival
Label (top): Camilla and Marc
Label (bottom): Easton Pearson

Autumn/Winter 2013 Bridal
Labels used: Karen Willis Holmes, Lanvin, Johanna Johnson, Oscar de la Renta

Spring Summer 2013-14
Labels used: Carla Zampatti, Camilla

Summer 2013-14 Bridal
Labels: Oscar de la Renta, Lanvin, Mariana Hardwick, Collette Dinnigan

Spring 2013 Flower Show
The Enchanted Florence
Labels: Agent Provocateur, Carla Zampatti, Dolce & Gabbana

 Christmas 2013
 Label: Camilla 

Autumn Winter 2014
Label: Willow

Mother's Day 2014
Label: Willow

In Store Designer Floor
Winter Racing Carnival 2014
Label: Various

In Store Designer Floor
Spring Racing 2012
Label: Chloe

In Store Designer Floor
Christmas 2014 
Label: Camilla

In Store Designer Shoe Floor
Spring Summer 2013-14
Label: Romance Was Born

Showcase Groupings from DJ's Chatswood
Themes Include: Mother's Day, Autumn/Winter launch

In Store Women's Fashion DJ's Chatswood
Mother's Day 2012
Label: Various

DJ's Warringah Mall Grand Re-Opening 
Young Men's Fashion, Christmas 2011
Label: Various

Trend Boards for Spring 2015


L I F E .

I've gotten everything I've ever wanted. I don't mean that in a selfish or conceited way. What I mean is, I've ticked a lot of the big boxes in life. I'm just missing the career. The job that changes my life. The job I enjoy and brings me fiery passion. I didn't know what I wanted to do when I finished school, but I've always been creative. I just never had the confidence to actually believe in my creativity. I can sing, but I will never do it in front of anyone. I can style a mean mannequin, and I would love to be a personal stylist but I'm petrified of even starting out. I wouldn't want to let any client down. 

I wish I had an interest in a career that helped people. Nursing, teaching. Something like that. But I just don't. I have a hard time not beating myself up for loving something so shallow as fashion. 

The worst part of loving fashion is not having the lady balls to succeed in the industry. My TAFE teacher once said to me, 'your personality will hold you back', and that has haunted me for the last 5 years. Because it's true. I am trying to find my place in this world, as an introverted extrovert. The quiet achiever. I am not good at talking my way out of, or into things. I can't talk myself up. I am just honest and humble me. 

Where do we go? Those of us that are loud in a small, close knit crowd but quiet in a big one? We're shy when we're uncomfortable and outgoing when we're comfortable. There has to be a career, a job, an industry where the introverted extroverts can make it work. Where there is no need to big note yourself or swagger about the office oozing confidence. I can just do my intro-extro thing, be recognised for the work I do and not for how loudly I toot my own horn. Or for how charismatic I am. It is in this job that I will find my voice, and a way to make being an introverted extrovert work for me. 

One day.