Wow! Wait! Whaaaaat!?.... That feeling you have when you notice an email in your inbox from THAT business you've admired for a while now. (You know the feeling right?)
The butterflies in your belly and disbelief all in one moment.
That's exactly how I felt when I saw the inquiry from Sue Keogh in my inbox about the redesign of the Sookio website...
I’ve known Deepa Mistry for a while now. We bumped paths many moons ago - we worked next door to each other in the same building at one point, we have mutual friends in common, and we followed each other on various social media. As well as a “foodie” she is also an amazing jeweller.
Her handmade pieces are truly stunning, they are simple, minimal and perfect for everyday wear (I know as I am also a customer!hah!).
Her existing brand and logo didn't reflect her work, and that was becoming a problem…
It’s funny how clients become clients. If you follow me on Instagram you may have noticed I took it upon myself to learn how to use a sewing machine earlier this year.
I started off by taking a short 4 week course and before I knew it, I was hooked! I can’t say I was surprised, it was a pleasure to spend one evening in the week with a group of friendly ladies, away from my iMac and doing something different.
It was within this easy going atmosphere and great learning environment that I met Julie, the lovely lady behind the already established business and brand, Escape & Create.
John contacted me a few weeks after our consult call and told me he and his client, Mark, were very impressed and that they wished to move forward with starting the project. Naturally, I jumped at the opportunity as I have never created a brand or website for a scientist who works with pharmaceutical and biotech companies. This was going to be interesting, and exciting at the same time! I couldn't wait to start!