Lottie has a background in art and design, completing a Fine Art Photography degree in Brighton in 2014. In search of a career that was creative yet hands on, Lottie turned to floristry and quickly found a role in which she thrived. Initially training in London, she went on to work in busy flower shops before finding her niche working in wedding and event floristry. Her photographic studies greatly inform her work – an understanding of colour, composition and form translated well into working with and arranging flowers. She loves working with scented flowers and foliage, such as garden roses, sweet peas and fresh herbs. Lottie is constantly inspired by the English countryside and enjoys working in response to the changing seasons.
Johanne spent six years working at a top florist in London before branching out on her own and founding Flowers by Passion in 2001 in Bath. After hundreds of weddings and countless years in the industry her work has been featured online and in print in various publications such as Martha Stewart magazine, Hello and OK, Brides, Cosmo Bride, Rock My Wedding, Wedding Flowers, and World Of Interiors. Jo’s expertise in flowers and events is unparalleled, and her enthusiasm and drive is what helps to create the most important relationships with her clients. Her style is effortless and her work has spanned countless trends, always remaining timeless and natural and completely English. She spends her down time with her husband and daughter, and adorable dog Teddy.
After growing up amongst nature, Rose has always had a love of the outside world and continues to take inspiration from the hedgerows and natural spaces of the countryside. Always wanting to be in a creative industry, Rose decided on floristry. Starting with a Saturday job in a shop, working through an apprenticeship and continuing to develop over 7 years in the industry, and now focusing on her love of wedding and event flowers at Passion.
Tracey joined the Passion team in 2013 after many years working in a variety of admin’ roles and gaining lots of experience which she has brought to the barn. Tracey thrives on organising Passion and the team and is very happy when tidying up in the workshop. She also enjoys helping as a Dorothy House Hospice Volunteer whenever time allows.
With a passion for mid-century design and retro caravanning in her 1966 American Airstream – and after ten years as a successful Graphic Designer – Julia decided to apply her creative skills and flair for contemporary design to floristry. In 1997, after getting married and becoming increasingly interested in the floral/wedding industry, she became a trainee florist and later gained The City and Guilds Medal for Excellence Award in 2003, along with winner at the Spring Florist Event in 2002.
After years of crafting as a hobby Michelle discovered flowers and it wasn't long before she left her day job in event management to follow a more creative career. Whilst studying at Bath college, Michelle learnt the ropes working and training at a busy florist in Bristol. She then took the opportunity to learn floral techniques from across the pond whilst living in Jackson Hole, Wyoming for several years. Now she's excited to be back in the UK, working with seasonal blooms and taking inspiration from the Bath countryside once again.
We welcome enquiries from experienced florists who have an interest in working with us.
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