brave new eco

Brave New Eco headquarters at the Big Bang Studio complex. Photograph by  Emma Byrnes

Brave New Eco headquarters at the Big Bang Studio complex.
Photograph by Emma Byrnes

Last year I was approached by Megan Norgate from Brave New Eco to help consolidate her sustainable interiors brand.
When she came to me Megan had already been running her inspiring business for several years but she was ready to get serious in the way she was marketing her talents and her expertise.

After an in-depth investigation into her brand and how it ticked we found ourselves on the same page with the direction we wished Brave New Eco to take. We then launched into a logo redesign and loads of fun photo shoots that included weekends out of town in some gorgeous homes that Megan had blessed with her interiors magic wand.

Getting to know Megan's business from the inside out has been an absolute pleasure. With Brave New Eco she has created a unique business model that combines her love of interiors and style with a deep commitment to sustainability and community. She does not just pay lip service to the green message but instead probes deeply to ensure that her design projects stand the test of time, are as viable as they possibly can be from a green perspective and provide the client with a home that can serve them for many years into the future.

An enlightening interview with Megan was posted on the Milkwood Permaculture blog in early January - it is well worth a read as it explores the way in which she uses permaculture principles in her interior design business and outlines the path that led her to establish her inspiring business.
And don't forget to visit the new Brave New Eco website - designed by yours truly.

Em x