WWC INterview series
A fortnightly series of interviews with inspiring women in business, at varying stages of their career. Showcasing work, projects and experiences. To create connection, share different ideas about creativity and promote current work or offerings.
The series continues to grow and feature the businesses & projects of creative women all over the UK and beyond! Offering snippets of wisdom, advice and experience to our readers. We get to see the behind the scenes of their projects, work spaces and colourful inspiration... that propels them forward.
A wonderful insight into the many different ways women in creative business grow and evolve. Sharing their skills, passion and expertise to enrich their community and market. Because each one of us is unique.
This week we welcome Debbie Clarke aka debbiedooodah to the interview series. Pour yourself a cup of tea and have a read for some wonderful advice and business experience!
Welcome to the seductively pink world of Mille Saison, hand crafted silk accessories brand created by fashion graduate Jo Norton... this fortnight's interviewee extraordinaire!
I was lucky enough to go to Waldorf Steiner school for my early years education to which I attribute much of my creative way of being, authenticity love of making things with my hands.
This week we are thrilled to introduce Sarah McNicol to the fortnightly interview series. Sarah helps smart, hard-working professionals in their 40s and 50s take stock to create the next rewarding and rich phase of their lives through work and life coaching.
This fortnight we welcome photographer Sophie Carefull to the interview series. Inspired by creative and craft businesses, Sophie believes that a stand-out brand is about so much more than great photos, but it’s a good place to start!
Moving to a new job, town or country can be an exciting and liberating, sometimes necessary change...
This fortnight's interview is for all you sewing enthusiasts as we have the pleasure of chatting to Dawn Abey aka Dawny's Sewing Room, Nottingham based creative seamstress
This fortnight we welcome Louise Wargnier aka Tatie Lou, shibori home ware and accessorise creator extraordinaire! After studying Louise travelled the world gaining inspiration for her work along the way. She returned to London and started her accessories label which sold worldwide!
This fortnight welcome Suprise Box Club founder Triinu Holman to the Women Who Create UK fortnightly interview series. Triinu who has worked in the creative industry for years but decided to follow her dream and launched her passion project last year!
This fortnight we welcome Emily Catherine, illustrator and artist based in Nottingham uk. Emily's business though young in its years has already seen wonderful success and oppertunity! She specialises in hand-drawn and painted illustrations and has been involved with some awesome street art events and groups in Nottingham, creating large scale works that are totally eye catching in style! Read on for more insight and inspiration...