Nicoletta Romei shares her experience of leaving Italy to set up a new life in Bangkok, and how The Styling Masterclass gave her confidence to embark on a new creative journey.
THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON:
* Nicoletta’s creative journey to becoming a freelance stylist.
* Relocating from Milan, Italy to Bangkok, Thailand.
* Connecting through The Styling Masterclass.
* Building confidence and styling skills while doing the TSM course.
* Using Instagram as a portfolio to showcase your home.
* Instagram and photography tips and tricks.
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