By working predominately in Workplace Interiors, I am able to gain insight and access to a wide range of organisations and people. There is always a challenge at hand, which keeps things interesting! Working in such a large firm also allows me to engage in many different types of projects, including commercial, defence, residential and education.
One of the best things about working in the industry are the opportunities to which I have been exposed. I have entered and won a few design competitions, participated in exhibitions and designs, and have met some amazing designers.
Studying Interior Architecture at Monash University taught me how to think critically, how to work with other people and how to accept and interpret critique. I learnt key practical skills that gave me the foundations to build on as I transitioned to professional practice. Whilst studying at Monash I was able to partake in the Prato program, an eight week intensive of study, based at Monash University's campus in Prato, Italy. This experience, along with countless others, allowed me to gain invaluable skills that I wouldn't have had otherwise.