My name is Georgia Doe and I am currently studying International Business with French (Bsc) at Warwick Business School, University of Warwick. However, I have always had a passion for the creative arts and spent my gap year completing an Art and Design foundation at Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication, London.
It is so important in our modern world to be able to combine creativity with business, one cannot thrive without the other. We must focus on creating the innovators of tomorrow by teaching sound business skills and strategies to those with the creativity to expand and innovate the markets they go on to work in.
Human beings have always sought to express ideas about their identity and existence. I am particularly fascinated by how, in an increasingly globalised world, we seek to interpret our own identity by turning to the art forms of other civilisations and eras. I question whether all the original ideas have been used up or whether we live in a world where recognition gives us a sense of knowing or an experience that we long for.
I have always been inspired by fashion, by how designers are able to take inspirations and translate these into wearable pieces. Fashion is fantasy and innovation at it's best, an industry driven by creativity but powered by business. I hope in the future to be a part of this process. To work in an industry where my creativity and my sensibility and knowledge of business learned through my degree can enable me to make a profound difference.