Jordy Fu – Child Prodigy Artist to Sought After…
This episode features a super creative thinker and former child prodigy who’s on a quest to bring beauty and emotion to all that she creates and builds. We’re talking about renown architect, interior designer, fashion designer and artist, Jordy Fu.
Jordy grew up in Chengdu in China. At the age of just six years old, 200 pieces of Jordy’s art work were exhibited in a solo exhibition at the Beijing Capital Museum. By the time she was seven a book of her artworks had been published!
Jordy went on to study in London at the iconic art school, Central Saint Martins, before qualifying as an architect and eventually starting her own multi-disciplinary firm.
Now based in Bangkok, Jordy and her team work on a diverse range of projects… and Jordy in particular works on everything from iconic buildings in China to statement fashion pieces for the runways in Dubai.
In this episode you’ll learn:
- Why she believes most architects are boring
- Why being a child prodigy can make you feel like a failure when you’re an adult
- How she manages to juggle multiple projects and be a parent; and
- How she’s trained herself to have a positive attitude, and how you can too ….
If you aspire to be more creative or have a more positive mindset, then don’t miss this episode!
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