Well, it has been a while, hasn’t it?
Since we last spoke I have had a second baby and have since continued to work flat out on interior styling projects. It’s certainly been a crazy few years!
But, obviously nothing compared to what we are up against now. All of us. It’s certainly become a time of self reflection for us all. It’s a time to remember what is important and to spend as much virtual time with family and friends as we can! Every day is uncertain and this ‘new normal’ is taking a bit of getting used to.
Being a stylist I have worked from home for years (when I am not on location or prop hunting, on recces etc) so luckily working from home is nothing new to me! But, a lot of you out there are having to get used to WFH for the first time. Just remember to get dressed every morning and you will be fine 🙂
This brings me to the main point of this post. I HAVE CREATED A NEW ONLINE INTERIOR STYLING COURSE!
I have been thinking about it for over a year and this year made the decision to create it.
The course is designed for anyone who is considering becoming an interior stylist. People who are sitting at home craving a creative career. This is the course for you! I will teach you the following things:
- How to create a portfolio for virtually no cost
- How to create a mood board for every new project – all my tips and techniques
- I will go through (in detail) industry case studies for big companies and magazines- from concept to shoot!
- I will give you an overview of the industry as a whole
- Talk about my trend predictions for 2020 and beyond
- I will help you become a stylist!
The online interior styling course launches on May 11th and from now until then I am selling the course for £99. After May 11th the cost will revert back to the normal cost of £149.
If you would like to learn more about the online course then please visit the information page at lucygoughstylist.thinkific.com
Please feel free to send this page to any of you family or friends who you think might be interested in this. I am so excited to teach the next generation of stylists!
I do hope you are managing to stay safe and sane during this strange time.
Lots of love,