In early 1994, Anne was a sought after property developer and interior designer with a reputation for turning any property into a goldmine. She caught the attention of BBC TV producers who featured her work on national television. A one-off guest appearance turned into an unexpected new career.
For the next decade, Anne was a primetime TV fixture and celebrity in the UK. An average audience of nine million tuned into her programs every week while many more watched in a further 22 countries. The UK media dubbed her "Britain's Martha Stewart" as she initiated a colour and contemporary style revolution that transformed Britain's homes and gardens.
Next, Anne launched her line of branded indoor and outdoor homeware products that were sold through big-box retailers, department stores and catalogues. She wrote five bestselling and critically acclaimed interior design books that were sold in 16 countries. One million copies of her first book flew off the shelves breaking new ground in the lifestyle books category. It became the UK's 20th bestselling book of the 1990s.
Anne's work and interviews have appeared in hundreds of UK and international magazines. She has also been featured in thousands of newspaper articles all over the world including The New York Times, The Sunday Times, The Times, Sun Herald, Vive, Cape Argus, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, New York Post, New Yorker, San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Globe, USA Today, Vogue, Harpers & Queen, ELLE, Hello!, OK!, Good Housekeeping, House Beautiful, Home & Garden, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, She, Living etc, Forbes, Time, Ideal Home, Radio Times, TV Times, Your Garden, Company, Executive Magazine, Wealth Creator and Chief Executive Magazine.
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