NI’s Most Inspiring Women 2016
I wouldn’t call myself ‘inspiring’ but that’s because I’m quite a modest person. I never set out initially to set an example for others, especially when I left the security and safety of my Civil Service job to start my own business in 2016. I did it because it felt like the most logical thing to do, at this stage of my life. I went with my gut instinct and was repeatedly told how ‘brave’ I was.
Was I? Well, yea, I guess I was. I was taking a step into the unknown and removing stability from my life…for the time being.
But lots of people who have witnessed my journey to date and viewed my work, have indeed used the word ‘inspiring’. I think it’s partly to do with the fact that I’m self-taught in the art of 3D Visualisation. No mean feat, let me tell you! And have illustrated that if you have passion and determination (and bucket loads of patience!), you can indeed accomplish things you never thought possible.
Like the time my work was showcased at Grand Designs Live in London.
Or, when 3D World Magazine approached me to write expert articles.
So, it was a surprise (and delight) to find out yesterday that I had been nominated for Business First’s Northern Ireland’s most inspiring women 2016.
This is a nice way to celebrate the journey and achievements of women in business and apparently, my journey is noteworthy.
If you have enjoyed my story, my work, or even my ramblings via my blog, I would really, really, appreciate if you could take two seconds to vote for me.
Vote by clicking here.
Wish me luck!
Oh, and in case you’re wondering what it is I do, check out my new explainer video below!