Hi, I’m Heather, sometimes people call me ‘the creative organizer.’ Through collaboration and observation, I revel in the process of creating organized and beautiful spaces.
Curiosity + Collaboration + Integrity inspire me to find creative solutions to balance Form + Function.
A sense of purpose drives me to work through organizing and productivity challenges. I engage my innate curiosity and creativity, fostered through years of design and organizing experience. These skills enable me to create and teach you to maintain personalized organizing systems. Organizing and design services are available both in-person and virtually.
I have a photographic memory for patterns, colors, and space. I discovered this skill when I began organizing, and it has served my clients and me well.
Visual and material culture deeply inspire me; the objects we collect, the spaces we create, how we sense them, and how they inform our identities. My creative projects and research are both process-oriented and intuitive.
I’m passionate about connecting with other creatives, which means YOU! My passion for connecting with creatives led me to interview over fifty artists across the USA to investigate the representation of artists’ identities through the spaces and objects they create.
I organize and design residential and business clients in their homes and offices. My other services include writing, consulting, coaching, and teaching across a range of design and research topics. I currently serve on the board of a creative nonprofit working to promote the art and history of natural Indigo.
Less juggle, more joy!
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I’m a wife, sister, daughter, and kitty mom living in Camden, SC. I work between Camden, Columbia, and the greater Charleston area. Growing up in the Washington DC Metro area, I learned to take full advantage of incredible culture and free museums.
Before Organizing, I had a design career spanning 15 years in Textiles. Read more here or click on the image to the left.
Nature grounds me. By nurturing the earth we build fertile grounds for all our creations-both beauty and function. The beehive symbolizes passion, creativity, curiosity, collaboration, and organization. I consider these qualities essential to life. Bees nurture one another and collaborate to create a global community!
Education: MA in Critical and Historical Craft from Warren Wilson College and a BFA in Fibers from Savannah College of Art and Design.