has a background in Art History, Theatre and Performance (Goldsmiths) and works across different disciplines, offering flower styling, botanical set design, multi-sensorial events, large-scale installation work, concept creation and teaching. She has consulted and worked with clients across Europe, Asia and the Middle East, and has taught floristry at McQueens International Flower School
and the London Flower School
. She uses flowers both as an artistic medium and a tool for communication, often drawing from theatre and performance practices and sees flowers as performative elements, never in a neutral state. She is constantly exploring how we experience nature’s relationship with technology and vice versa.
Through her workshops around the world, she wishes to encourage participants to develop their own creative vision so that they are not limited to traditional floral design techniques.