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Posted August 01, 2018 14:17:51 “This is the best of our show,” he says.
“The sewing down of the south is a thing we’ve been doing for a long time.”
His work is on display, but he hasn’t left his house.
“There are a few times when I have to go back and see what’s happened to my clothes,” he explains.
“It’s a bit like the house is on fire.
You can see the walls are being burnt.”
There’s lots of people out here making things, and they’re not getting the credit they deserve.
“I have lots of love for the people that work here.
They’re making this place better.”
He says it’s a challenge to stay in the same house every day because of the weather, but that he enjoys the challenge.
“You don’t really want to move into a new house and have to leave all your clothes,” says Mr Dornan.
“But I’m very grateful to be in this job.”
He is currently on a three-month holiday, but has decided to return to work on Tuesday.
“I have to work through Tuesday because I have a big meeting to have with my team,” he explained.
“They’re going to be saying what they need to do, what I need to work out.”
“This is what you want to be doing in your career,” he continued.
Are you able to make it work?” “
Do you have what it takes?
Are you able to make it work?”
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