A diploma in Visual Merchandising and a degree in Spatial Design, lead Catherine to work as a Stylist in prestigious advertising, editorial campaigns and exhibition design.
She has worked with some of UK’s leading magazines and TV shows, including the ‘BBC Home Show’, Sunday Times magazine, Harrods magazine, Liberty of London fabric campaigns, international IKEA store magazine styling and TV set design for the James Bond film promotion.
Naturally, this profile draws clients from around the globe, with styling and interior design commissions undertaken in London, Sweden, Italy, Spain, France, Australia and New Zealand.
Having inherited her mother’s sensitivity, passion and confidence in colour and pattern, Catherine uses these skills alongside her vast international experience and knowledge in both her work as an Interior Designer and Dulux Colour Consultant, and to educate and enrich design students within her role as a lecturer for the Unitec Diploma in Residential and Commercial Design in Auckland.
Catherine now resides in Auckland, New Zealand, where her interior design practice ‘Blanc’ and ‘Colour Courses’ businesses are based.
B Tec Grade Merit - Approved Higher National Diploma in Spatial Design (Degree equiv), Diploma Display Design / Visual Merchandising, Interior Design & Decoration Certificate - Grade credit, City and Guilds CAD Certificate (Computer Aided Design)