MY HOME IN QATAR
I have so many great memories of Doha, the first being part of the Doha Asian Games in 2006. Our first job was booking hostesses for QNB's hospitality VIP Lounge which we managed to pull off despite having hardly any hostesses. Another unforgettable experience was when we tried to scout for models in the malls (the only ones back then were City Centre, Landmark and The Mall) when not many My life has changed in so many ways for the better since I moved here. I was living in the UK for a long time and didn't really enjoy being in the cold and rain every day as I am a Pacific Islander by origin and always craved to be in the sun. I worked as a fashion stylist and personal shopper before but I wanted something more. I love what I do here with Trinity Talent Qatar, where my clients vary from the United Nations to fashion designers like Louis Vuitton, and every day is different. Qatar is growing like crazy and I feel that my move brought me to the right place at the right time. I wouldn't change it for the world.
Project Manager (Events & Fashion),
Trinity Talent Qatar Been in Doha since: January 2005 (nine years with a break in between) When I initially moved here to be with my husband, who had just started flying for Qatar Airways, there were only seven towers in the Business Bay area. The first restaurant I went to when I arrived was the old Al Bandar restaurant on the Corniche by the dhow area. I really miss that place; I remember how beautiful it was, just sitting right beside the water having amazing fresh seafood and smoking sheesha. even knew what a ‘model' did. It was so much fun too.