Getting to know Agatha Muzadzi, stock controller, dispatcher and client care consultant at Orms Print Room & Framing…

Meet Agatha Muzadzi – we’re sure you’ll recognize her if you’ve ever been into Orms Print Room & Framing, but in the spirit of getting to know everyone in the Orms family, we decided to ask her a few questions.

Hi Agatha! Please tell us a little about yourself?
I am just a simple outgoing animal lover. Love food and music and simplicity works for me.

Tell us a bit more about what you do here at Orms and what is it you enjoy about it?
I am Printroom’s Stock Controller, Dispatcher and Client Care Consultant. You send all your queries to me and I help get all your questions answered and resolved.

What I enjoy most about my work is being able to communicate with people all around the world, seeing new and different types of art and just being able to help with the requests I get assigned to do.

Who or what got you interested in photography/printing/art?
My best friend got me to love photography. Before all this, I never really appreciated the art of it but the more I also got exposed to the industry, it became my new found love. There is magic in photography because it allows us to capture and relive a memory endlessly.

Introvert or extrovert?
I would say both. Let’s just say I am not anti-social at all. I am just really pro-me. Boring right? Thank goodness for my crazy friends for understanding me and ignoring my silent roars when I want to be alone.

If you had to work on only one project for the next year, what would it be?
Volunteer at Wildlife SOS in India and part take in their wildlife rescue and rehabilitation project.

What is one of your favourite quotes?
“Common sense is not a flower that grows in everyone’s garden.”

What do you love doing on weekends?
I love taking long walks on the seaside. It works like meditation for me. Helps me relax, think and prepare my mind and body for my day to day living.

If you could learn to do anything, what would it be and why?
I would want to learn how to be a good cook…it is not safe when I am in the kitchen.

If an autobiography was written about your life, what would it be called?
“That Random Buddha”

Where do you want to be in 5 years?
I am hopeful that I would have been able to grow within the photography and art industry because I want to be able to use my learned skills to support and influence others.

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