Jenny Thomasson is a talented designer with a sensitive and inimitable approach to floral art. Her continuous strive to become a better version of herself professionally has led her on an educational path to success, where hard work, desire for knowledge and personal input have all beautifully completed her signature style.
We applaud her on this amazing achievement and use this opportunity to celebrate the launch of her book by inviting you to take a journey through the process that lead to “Perishable Poetics” becoming a reality.
On behalf of the entire EMC family around the world, sincere congratulations, Jenny!
Tomas de Bruyne, CEO @European Master Certification
It is safe to say that life is a funny thing with unexpected surprises which makes you take notice and reflect. For years, EMC students have been assigned different projects to complete during Part II SELF-PRACTICUM.
This assignment is fascinating and in reality, is a ‘tell all’ about the student. Historically, it shows the Instructors and Teaching Assistant who the student designer is most inspired by, the style that is closest to his or her heart and what level of design he or she is aspiring to achieve. It is very common for the students to pick the big international names such as Tomas De Bruyne, Hitomi Gilliam, Gregor Lersch, Monique Vanden Berghe, Pim van den Akker and the list of European Designers goes on and...
Your Knowledge. Your Success. Our Passion. These words to some might seem just a motto, a logo, a nice sentiment. But as EMC has grown and evolved, these 6 little words are very prophetic. Eight years ago when Tomas De Bruyne and Hitomi Gilliam AIFD started the European Master Certification Program, it was fulfilling a need in North America. EMC provided an opportunity to florist craving the European Design Process an avenue to learn the craftsmanship and floral education offered in Europe. Almost a decade later, the graduates and students are now shining brightly in the international floral industry.
Recently, EMC was well represented in the Farewell issue of Flowers& July 2018 Design Contest. EMC Student Lea Romanoswki AIFD, CAFA took the first...