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“Even when she was younger, Gayle Ocampo already showed interest in design. Having grown up in a multi-cultural environment she was exposed to people of different nationalities and it’s these experiences that influence her work in design.
With her growing body of work in product styling, food styling and interior concepts, Gayle’s style is a combination of sophistication and classic design with the occasional quirky piece, which is clearly a reflection of her personality.
Gayle’s modern-glam approach is tuned in with today’s design aesthetic and it’s no coincidence that her talents are often utilize by stylish companies such as H&M home, SMDC, Rockwell Primaries as well as prominent figures and local celebrities alike.”
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She thinks she isn’t a “rising star” in styling yet. But when she started to get incensed by a burning passion for styling and peculiar desire for independence and creative chaos, she is almost as bright as a well-celebrated trendsetter.
Gayle’s constant pattern involves more of blacks, whites and a lot of gold with clean pints of prints. […] She is in no doubt attached to these styles and colors but when she meets her clients, she manages not to be married to her styling roots.
When she styled for Rockwell Properties, SMDC, and other clients alike, she made sure that her style would depend on the function of the space, the design it is created for, and the market it intends to reach.
Not everyone’s game, Gayle loves the intricacy of designing and styling and the challenges that set in. If things come easy for her, she will not be able to question her thoughts and catechize her perspectives. Problem solving is a source of fulfillment and applies whenever she plans a specific style which turns out to be at par from what she has imagined, but manages to solve it in the end.