After Kelly's husband Cameron joined ADNZ in 2016, Kelly was able to see first-hand the opportunities and support ADNZ offered. 

"With Cameron being a member as well as on the Executive for the Canterbury region, I could see the many opportunities for further learning and support I could gain for my business by becoming a member. The exposure to others in the industry and social aspect of the organisation were all draw cards for me", says Kelly.

Kelly found that the legitimacy ADNZ membership provides gives her clients confidence that they're working with a credible designer. The continued access to industry information and training opportunities has helped ensure Kelly's experience is current and relevant to the industry.

"The availability of learning material and access to seminars and workshops have provided fantastic resources to support our business", says Kelly.

The increased exposure offered through ADNZ has been a huge benefit for Kelly and her business. Utilising ADNZ's extensive marketing channels has helped get Kelly's expertise in front of the public. 

"The different platforms and avenues ADNZ utilise have been hugely beneficial for my practice. Find a Designer search, Defign magazine, the annual design awards, and being profiled on Defign blog and across ADNZ's social media channels has increased our exposure to those looking for an architectural professional", says Kelly.

Kelly's practice Inline Architecture was created with husband Cameron and built on a shared passion for architecture, design and the built environment. With a simple vision, Kelly and Cameron aim to guide their clients through the design process, helping to bring their project dreams to life by utilising out of box thinking and creative problem solving.