I work from home, which is in Sydney.
Please describe your typical working day?
I’m not sure there is such a thing as a ‘typical’ working day. But lately my day usually starts with checking my emails, having breakfast, getting dressed and up to the post office and then finally getting down to work. I have a tendency to work best later in the day, so I don’t think I really get into it till late afternoon and then I’ll stay up late working.
Where do you take your inspiration from?
Many different places. I am inspired by the world around me, photography, and vintage things. I have a bit of an obsession with collecting old vintage things. I’m a bit nostalgic and like to look to the past for inspiration.
What are your favourite etsy shops?
That’s a hard one as I have so so many favourites. Current favs are Jackie Boss, Brett is a girl and Julia Pott.
Who are your favourite illustrators?
I really like the work of Julia Pott, Kareena Zerefos, Sarah Palisi and Kelly Thompson, amongst many more.
What is your favourite thing about being a creative person? And the worst? if there is one!
Being creative is fun, you look at things in a different way, I guess you see the inspiration in life that other may miss.
The downside to being creative is probably that it is such a competive industry to be in and so it takes a lot of hard work to get noticed.
I like to head to the local markets and cafes.
There are some great local markets where I live, where you can discover vintage treasures and get nice fresh produce and yummy breads.
Do you have any favourite blogs you might to introduce us to?
I have a mega long list of blogs I follow, but these are some of my top favourites; Fine little day , Daydream Lily, Not common People, The unicorn diaries and Recordis Photography.