After graduating from New York University with a degree in English, I moved to London and worked as a broadcast journalist at both LBC and TVam, and after that as a drama script editor at Channel 4. Among the dramas I commissioned at the channel were 'The Camomile Lawn', 'The Rectors Wife' and Armistead Maupin's 'Tales of the City'. I kept a close eye on the choices made by the production design teams. I went on to study Fine Art at Central St Martins and interior design at Chelsea College of Art. That's how I came up with the idea of offering a personal and professional design service that's affordable and practical. Love House Design is born out of a lifelong passion for interiors - both on the screen and in real life.
I support the charity Architecture for Humanity, which seeks solutions to emergency housing needs for people in the UK and around the world. AfH joins forces with the charity Crisis at Christmas and on other projects throughout the year.