The EWF Interiors team between them have owned, renovated, leased and managed properties in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and London. Together they have a tremendous amount of experience and knowledge, network of great trades contacts and infectious enthusiasm.
Alison Haig – Interiors Director
Alison has a degree in Business and Languages from RGU and pursued a career project management and training consultancy until taking the leap to run her own business doing what she loved. Her passion for property started over 15 years ago with the purchase of a modest flat in Aberdeen in which she saw great potential – it grew from there with the projects she took on gradually increasing in size and complexity. Alison is not a fan of chocolate, but a packet of Haribo left unattended anywhere near her is not safe – you have been warned.
Diane Stephen – Operations Director
After graduating with an MA in Modern Languages with a minor in History of Art from the University of Glasgow, Diane worked as a Management Consultant based in London and working globally for 12 years. She decided in 2013 to come back to Aberdeen for a break from the corporate world and started up EWF Electrical Services Ltd with her brother, Michael. Her interest and experiences with renovating and leasing her own properties combined with a lifelong love of art and design lead to her desire to set up EWF Interiors. Diane cannot stand tea and thinks it is the work of the devil. She can sniff out chocolate within a five mile radius and is also a registered yoga teacher.
Michael Stephen – Trades Director
With over 20 years experience in the electrical industry, Michael started his own business working as an independent electrician in 2009. Based on feedback and encouragement from his customers, who loved his friendly banter, Michael persuaded his sister to move back to Aberdeen to put their skills and experience together to start EWF. Michael doesn’t really have a sweet tooth but is partial to a hot buttery (unless he is on a health kick) and gets a bit Magpie-ish around shiny, shiny big TVs and Subarus – especially if there is the prospect of getting the shiny super big TV mounted on a wall to watch the football.