The Dream Makers
Follow Your Instinct and Dare to Experiment
I’d say that I am a `fighter and a warrior’ with a sensitive side. When I set myself a goal I never lose sight of the target. I’ll usually reach my objective through trial and error, and by learning every day a little bit more by doing—it’s my fighting spirit. My competitive spirit also expresses itself when I do sports. This said, I admit that I also have a taste for refinement: luxury fashion, exclusive personal care brands and much more.
I entered Eurofragance in 1990 the year the company was founded. I was 18 years old and have now spent all thirty years of my career here. Perfumery and fragrances are more than my daily work environment. They represent my personal sanctuary; the place I go to for refuge and protection. Perfumery fuels me and empowers me; it is my life force. I believe that both my personal interests and professional skills are perfectly aligned with the requirements of being a Perfumer. I realized this when I was young. Already as a rebellious little girl I’d lock myself in the bathroom and smell and mix all kinds of personal care products, from perfumes, shower gels to shaving foams and beyond.
Along the development path of your fragrance, I will experiment with new raw materials, produce unthinkable combinations. In the end, I think you will be pleasantly surprised by the result.
Meet Our Perfumers
Know Your Classics
Henry van den Heuvel
Global Creative Director and Senior Perfumer
Natural Raw Materials Should Be Prized and Respected
Take the Road Less Traveled By
A Perfume Should Make You Feel Something
Perfumery Is Poetry Without Words
Isabel Gil Trujillo
Listen to the Client, Then Your Heart
Jorge Antonio Guerrero
The Fascinating Power of Our Sense of Smell
Perfumes, like Photographs Can Capture a Moment in Time
The Perfumes I Create Reflect My Sensitivity
In a Tough World, Perfumes Provide a Touch of Beauty
Perfume Creation Is a Journey of Constant Discovery
A Fresh Look in Fragrance Creation
What Linguistics and Perfumery Share in Common
In Perfumery, You Must Make Every Drop Count