Yoga and meditation quiets the mind, enhances the senses and invites inspiration.
Drawing allows for spontaneity of expression that makes me feel mindful.
I’m intuitively drawn to all things Victorian Era.
My perfect day always ends with being engrossed in a good book.
My house looks like chaos, laughter, and trip-hazards caused by discarded soccer balls.
My subscription to the Australian Ballet is my most non-negotiable business investment.  It indulges my creativity and ignites inspiration.

To me, my family is where I feel at home.
Entranced by architecture from a very young age, it’s been a lifelong affair with Building Design ever since.

About Emily

My love affair with architecture and design?  It’s been a lifelong thing. I have always been fascinated by the physical spaces we occupy and how they can impact upon our lives.  As a visual communicator, I intuitively understood branding as a powerful tool for businesses.  But to me, brand could be translated through more than mere stationery – rather, it could be made tangible through the very spaces that a business used.

Passionate about the connective power of physical space, and how valuable it could be to businesses, I knew building design was the path for me.  I began to immerse myself in professional development and tertiary study.

I gained first-hand experience of the building and construction industry over 8 years, and attained the following qualifications:

  • Diploma of Building Design & Drafting
  • Diploma of Interior Design
  • Certificate IV of Building
  • Registered Building Practitioner with the Victorian Building Authority (VBA)

Over the last 18 years, I’ve found my stride in commercial building and interior design, specifically within the health, wellness and hospitality industries.

With many years experience working in hospitality, from back-of-house food preparation, to front-of-house waitressing, I knew first-hand that the most successful businesses didn’t rise or fall on good food alone.  The best ones crafted an entire brand experience.  From their service to their physical space, everything was about making their customers feel welcome.

And that’s exactly what draws me to these industries.  They thrive off genuine connection between people.  And because of this, their spaces demand designs that can balance function, aesthetics and customer experience.  It’s at this intersection that I do my best work


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“Emily’s technical knowledge, but most importantly her ability to translate that to non-technical people, together with her people management skills allow her to engage much deeper into the process than would otherwise be the case with most architects and this trait is a substantial advantage to Latitude”

– Latitude

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