Education
2014-2017 - Graduated from Heriot Watt with a first class honours degree in BA Design for Textiles (printed design).
2012-2014- Completed a HND in Fashion textiles at Glasgow Clyde College
Experience

2017- present | Freelance Designer | TIGERLILY,  Remote Role 
Creating digital print designs for London Based textiles studio that cover interiors, fashion and packaging markets; all designs created are based on current trends and industry ready. (i.e Layered and in a repeat.)
WOMENS PRINT INTERN | 2016 |  OLD NAVY (GAP inc.), San Francisco
During a three month internship i worked alongside the women's print team at Old Navy's HQ carried out a number of tasks including; developing finished printed designs ; helping the team prepare for company-wide presentations; and collating research to develop 'brand friendly' trend analysis. 
2015- BluebellGray, Glasgow
Assisting Glasgow based textile company with a number of different tasks; packaging new online orders for customers, preparing fabric for the seamstress; and constructing various props for upcoming photoshoot.
2015- Natasha Marshall, Glasgow
During a two week placement with printed interior design company; I organised layouts for upcoming trade show ‘Decorex’; carried out research into current interiors trends; created mood boards for the company's social media platforms.
2013-2014- Rags to Riches, Govanhill Baths
Assisting in delivering basic sewing for local people with little knowledge of using a sewing machine. Emphasis of program was to display the importance of textile recycling.

Other  Achievements
-Exhibited Graduate collection at New Designers and gained recognition by representative of the ‘ROMO’ fabric group. 
-Selected to be part of OLD NAVY’s summer internship program, based on industry led project within Heriot Watt University. And created designed that were sold in stores and online. 
-Runner up for collaborative college project and awarded ‘high excellence’ by Ayrshire based lace company Morton Young and Borland








                                                                 



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