Nuni’s love of nature can be traced back to her childhood, brought up on a farm on the edge of Poole Harbour in Dorset, where she still lives. After years working as a photographer her work has morphed into the world of textile design. Designs begin as photographs primarily of flowers, insects, leaves or feathers collected from around Nuni's home and taken in her garden studio. These are then developed digitally, playing around with the familiar transforming the images into pretty geometric shapes and pattern, interjecting stripes and lace into the mix. Vibrant colour ways and geometric pattern inform Nuni’s passion for form and structure.
Nuni’s small business began a few years ago with a commission to design a range of curtains and cushions for Burnbake Forest Lodges. A small collection of cushions, scarves, bags and gift-wrap quickly followed.
Passionate about supporting the environment and British industry all products are produced as limited edition collections in the UK. Designs are digitally printed in the textile department at the Glasgow School of Art and Design on a selection of high quality fabrics, which are hand finished in London.