Born and raised in Harare, Zimbabwe, I have always had a love for colour, art and expressing myself creatively. I developed a love for interiors in my late 20s and have had amazing opportunities to work with designers in both interior design and interior styling both in London (UK) and in Australia. I’ve been in the interiors industry for over eight years and most of that time has been specifically in styling for interiors, props and beauty campaigns. Now based in Sydney, Australia, I freelance in interior and props styling and absolutely love working on both advertorial and editorial projects.
My goal is also to help you achieve the perfect styling and final images for your campaign or project. Every detail counts and I see it as my role to ensure that the full beauty of your space or product is captured by the photographer.
My passion is to inspire you to create beautiful spaces that you, your family and friends can enjoy. I believe there is a unique beauty in creating and enjoying a space that you love and that reflects who you truly are.
I’m always up for a challenge so whether it’s a residential styling project or a one-off styling job, I’m always ready to get my hands dirty (literally and figuratively!) and make the vision a reality. If you would like to collaborate on a project or require a residential design consultation, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
I recently completed my studies in Product Design in 2021 and in the short period of my studies I had the opportunity to work on a very interesting research project that aimed to highlight how both consumers and designers can contribute to a circular economy in which less products, furniture in particular, are disposed of prematurely, but can be repaired, reconfigured, reused or recycled in order to reduce furniture in the waste stream and in landfill. More information can be read here.
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I also love expressing myself in creating one-off artwork pieces. Check out some of my work here www.noncinyoniart.com and follow @noncinyoniart