For Davina Barber, life in Norfolk has come full circle. As the daughter of a Norfolk landowner, she spent much of her youth on the county's famous beaches and climbing the many trees that line the rural countryside. At the age of thirteen she went to school in Oxfordshire where she found her love for the arts through her History of Art teacher, who inspired her passion to study the subject at Bristol University.
Eager to shed her country wings, Davina finished her degree and headed to London, where she lived for nearly ten years, working for various art dealers. It was here that she decided to go it alone and launch her own company, Source, as a purveyor of fine arts.
It wasn't until Davina and her husband Thomas started a family that they decided to move back to the county where he spent his childhood holidays, the place she calls 'good for the soul'.