Having qualified with only 2 marks of a First, it was still uncertain to which genre to specify in. Clever design and construction for outstanding pieces throughout her course, led Sira to be headhunted by an international brand manufacturing handbags. Working closely with the designer allowed her to assist with the new collection that was then launched at Paris Fashion Week in 2003.
As time went on, Nim developed a passion for interior design and decided to study this further. The intense Diploma course covered all aspects of interior design, broadening her existing vast skills. A quick grasp for this subject enabled one particular design scheme to win an award and resulted in a feature of the 2005 House & Garden Magazine. On qualifying with a distinction, she was further rewarded by Cole & Son for Outstanding History of Style Compendium and a nomination from Candy & Candy for Contemporary and Innovative Interior Design Award. With an array of credits to her name, it was not long before several elite establishments approached Nim to join their design team.
On joining a London-based design agency straight in as Interior Designer Lead, Nim worked on high-profile projects enabling her to gain further experience within the design world. Working within a company that specialised in sourcing materials for any application within all industries of design, she gained extensive knowledge on innovative materials and implemented them. These were widely heralded.
In March 2008, she decided to freelance, consulting for Creative Communication, Digital Design & Property Development. With a fast-growing response to her accomplishments, she launched Sira Concepts in Feb 2010, an international design establishment providing specialist advice, direction, and intelligence to an extensive range of clients.