WWC INterview series
A fortnightly blog series designed to support and showcase the work of creative women in business, to connect, share and promote, to learn from what they are doing in their businesses right now.
The series continues to grow and feature the businesses & projects of creative women but has also grown into a community of creative women excited to share the how and why behind their creative businesses. Offering snippets of wisdom, advice and experience to our readers. We also get to see the behind the scenes of their projects, work spaces and colourful inspiration...
A wonderful insight into all the different ways women in creative business grow and evolve, share their skills, passion and expertise to enrich their community and market. Because each one of us is different and that is what makes it all so valuable!
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 who's gorgeous bags, pouches and bunting (but to name a few) is lovingly created in an array of alternative and joyful printed fabrics from her cosy studio!
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 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...
This week we welcome Sussex native and Sacred Seeds founder Alice Bettany to the series. As the summer sun shines hot and bright what better time meet a women who's work intertwined with nature, nurture and the seasons.
To celebrate our WWC weekend which is being held in Bristol this coming weekend today i'd love to welcome Charlie Swift to the series. Her super stylish work is clear, creative and inspiring! Charlie is a self professed Instagrammer, blogger and self-employed social media and content creative, and will be talking to us today about her experiences as a creative business owner.
A few weeks ago I was over the moon (and a little nervous) to be invited to take part in an international interview series curated by Golden Pine Creative founder Tirzah Forrester in which she has been talking to small business owners all over the globe about creativity and their experiences of combining the two.
This fortnight we have the great pleasure of talking to crafter and knitted accessories extraordinaire Rhiannon Selcuk aka imakeknots to those of you who follow her yarn filled events and projects online!
This fortnight we welcome Silkie Lloyd to the WWC fold. Silkie, designer, curator IG genius and community champion is (along with her partner) the founder of The Forge Bristol. Probably the most beautiful studio space i've had the pleasure of visiting and which we will be hosting the first #WWCweekend at this coming June.
Hey folks! This week I welcome fellow Etsy Captain and creative genius Karli, one half of Brighton based design dream team designosaurYEAH to the WWC interview series. Continue reading to get the scoop on their fun and colourful world!