A few weeks back I popped into the International School of Colour + Design (ISCD) to throw back a champers and celebrate its 30th birthday. Despite it not looking a day over 21, the school has been educating a slew of stylists, designers and artists-in-the-making for over three decades - including me!
As the creative director behind The Gentry - a design business that has undertaken a slew of well-known interiors projects - Kelly Ross also happens to be my teacher at the International School of Colour and Design. Having travelled for 13 years as a set, props and scenic creative for theatre, she's had quite an artistic journey so far. I sat down for a chat with this Sydney-based Creative to find out more about her business, her role at iscd and what she considers to be her finest moment.
For so long, I've been eager to become more than just someone who was utterly obsessed with interior design. Recently, while flicking through my Real Living magazine, I came across an advert for iscd (international school of colour + design). I took the first step toward my dream of becoming a fully-fledged stylist and shot them an email.