The latest issue of real living magazine went on sale Monday and one of the products that I featured was RedBerry Design. I came across Jacqueline Wallace's designs at the jam-packed-full-of-goodies Finders Keepers markets at Carriageworks in Darlington a little while ago. Here is more about this creative Sydneysider.
Which five words best describe you? Friendly, enthusiastic, motivated, energetic, funluvin.
What was your first job and what path have you taken since then? McDonalds – only to support me through my design degree. I have been in design my whole life in some form or another (apart from McDonalds) and intend to do so for the rest of my life, in some form or another.
What’s your proudest achievement? Getting paid for doing something I love.
What’s been your best decision? To by a house and create a perfect studio of the back of it.
Who inspires you? New undiscovered creative’s and my family
What are you passionate about? Holidays to anywhere and daydreaming up new creative things to make.
What’s the best lesson you’ve learnt? Do what you want in life but remember that mother knows best!
Which person, living or dead, would you most like to meet? Charles Carmel Cardona – my Pop, I hear he was a fantastic man.
What dream do you still want to fulfil? Having a house where I can see the sand and the ocean from my bedroom window.
What are you reading? Memoirs of a Geisha... again.
Images courtesy of RedBerry Design