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Starting up your own floristry business is no easy feat, let alone doing it while still studying your course. Michelle Roh has shown other students out there the possibilities of starting from scratch and working from home, and in such a short amount of time she has built a very well respected and loved floristry business. Featured in Wedded Wonderland’s “The 50 Best Sydney Florists according to Instagram In 2018” blog as well as her strong customer base and great reputation, Michelle is definitely one to watch! Here is her story…
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Having worked in the floristry industry for the past 3 years and graduating with Pearsons School in 2017, Khat Reid has gone from strength to strength with her knowledge and design skills and we are proud to see it show so well through her floral work with a natural creative flair. Khat has worked for the likes of Wild Lotus, Emporio home and Flowers and now Mandalay Flowers as well as running her own business Bespoke Flora on the side. Here is her story...
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Since graduating SFL30115 Certificate III from Pearsons School in 2015 Jasmine Christie has wasted no time in immersing herself in to the floristry industry. Last year saw Jasmine take on a once in a lifetime opportunity apprenticeship with US based florist Saipua. Now she is back in the country and is excited to share with us details of her new business – Anamundi. Here is her story...
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Sophia Rieter started the Certificate III course with us last year after coming from a background in Visual Merchandising. With a natural knack for creativity Sophia flew through the course and landed a job with our very own Pearsons Floristry team in Bondi. Since finishing her studies and receiving her qualification earlier this year she has become a full time staff member within our Darlinghurst store. We are very happy to have her as part of the Pearsons team and cannot wait to see where her floristry takes her. Here is her story..
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When looking at Sarah Lane’s floristry work many words come to mind: vibrant, creative and exciting just to name a few. Not being afraid to push boundaries and experiment with a multitude of colours and textures has really built her a business to be proud of. We caught up with (the very busy) Sarah recently to see how floristry life has been faring for her since finishing her Certificate III at Pearsons School earlier this year. Here is her story...
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Graduating from Certificate III with Pearsons School earlier this year, Christine Ngai knew she was on to a good thing with her blooming events business ‘Events Florist’. Just as the name implies Christine’s business focuses on event based floristry from weddings, corporate events to christenings and everything in between! Growing from strength to strength we look forward to seeing where the future takes her. Here is her story...
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In 2016, after completing a Certificate III in Floristry with Pearsons School and inspired by her creative passion for all things floral, ‘Lauren Alyce Floral Design’ was born. Lauren is now a freelance floral designer based in Blue Bay on the New South Wales Central Coast and with already a stellar portfolio of work to date, we cannot wait to see where the rest of 2017 takes her! Here is her story...
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Elen and Ludmila, are the owners and floral designers of Pure Flowers, a boutique florist in Lane Cove, Sydney. After both making a career change and starting the course with Pearsons School of Floristry they haven’t looked back. Here’s their story….
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With a fabulous eye for detail and thinking out side the square, Tegan O’Brien from ‘The Lillipillian’ lets us in to her floristry world. Her background in jewellery design and fine arts ensures her editorial creations are truly statement pieces. She has worked on some amazing shoots where her work is a stand out.
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Sammy Bate, Mittagong local won the 2016 NSW Floristry Student of The Year, awarded by the Flower Growers Group of NSW Inc. The competition was proudly sponsored by the Department of Education and Training.

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Ferdinando de Freitas began working at the prestigious Garlands while he studied at Pearsons School of Floristry and has now been the owner for over a decade. Ferdinando has an affiliation with unique objects and textures, and this has been a catalyst to his success. We were lucky enough to be invited into his workshop and talk about his floral beginnings and love of the industry.
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Abby Saboune from ‘Stems by Abby’ designs weddings and events many girls would dream of. We had the absolute pleasure speaking with her about her successful career beyond studying at Pearsons School of Floristry and what she is up to today out in the industry.

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Kim originally studied as a trainee through Pearsons Florists while completing her Certificate III qualification back in 2011. Since then she has been working hard in our bustling design centre in Sydney’s Stanmore as one of our senior florists.

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Legal secretary by day. Flower loving florist by night (and weekend). Like many of our students, Celeste kept her day job while studying with Pearsons School. This meant she had an income AND was also able to get her weekly flower fix! What did you do before starting at Pearsons School of Floristry? I work full time as a legal secretary but was always interested...
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Laura found a passion for flowers at 23 years of age. After doing a one-day workshop at Pearsons School of Floristry she knew exactly where she wanted her career to head. She signed up for Certificate III and the rest is history. Laura now works at Pearsons busy MET Centre store.
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Emilia Spencer-Brown discovered her love of floristry after a career in theatre, stage and film. She's a true urban hippy who has created Bloodwood Botanica, a business that aims to introduce nature into urban environments through living and growing artistry.
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What did you do before starting at Pearsons School of Floristry? I worked for British Airways as cabin crew. I often thought that I’d like to be a florist but never did anything about it. When I moved to Australia I worked in a few different jobs but nothing seemed right. That’s when floristry became a serious option. Why did you choose us? Being from ...

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What did you do before starting at PSF? I worked as a Personal Assistant in the legal industry. I also had a small business making baby shoes & accessories as a creative little side project! Why did you choose to study with us? Pearsons School of Floristry appealed to me because of the flexible study options. I started the course attending one day a wee ...

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