Berrie, like Straw-Berry without the straw. and with an ie. okay, so not really like that at all. Born and raised in West London, as soon as she figured out the walking thing, she figured out the soccer thing (for her and the rest of the world, futbol). Berrie spent her time in London mostly on the soccer field and cheering on her favorite team, QPR, traveling with her family and eating her favorite local fish and chips and when (nearly) old enough washing it down with a pint of London Pride beer. Berrie was always attracted to the more creative subjects in school and had an intrigue for graphic art, and may even have been born with graphic design in her blood as her parents, who met at the Chelsea School of Art in London, are both extremely creative (her dad being a successful product designer in London). Berrie attended Marshall University on a soccer scholarship and graduated with a BFA in Graphic Design in May 2015. She says the hardest part about moving to the US was getting out of her comfort zone, becoming independent and making something for herself, all of which she has done impressively and continues to do every day at The Agency.
It is impossible for me to pick just one fantasy adventure as I feel that I was really born to do 2– First, since I had to wear a nude eyepatch on my right eye for much of my childhood to strengthen my nearly useless left eye, I feel like manning a pirate ship is inevitable for me. With all the eye patch practice I received as a child, I feel extra prepared for battles that would surely ensue in the dark interior of the ship.
Second, I would like to return to my roots, my beloved school and home, Hogwarts, as a shape shifting Animagus professor. I last attended Hogwarts at the young age of 7 and have desperately wanted to return and live out the rest of my years teaching other young wizards and witches just as I was taught.