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Graduating July 2015 from Chelsea College of Art BA (hons) textile design. I'm a printed textiles designer specializing in hand screen printed hand dyed fabrics. My main job interests are printed textiles or costume/styling for television, film or editorials. As a designer I am constantly inspired by the over the top, trashy, sparkly, ridiculous, sequins, rhinestones, cabaret feathers, tacky words like showbiz and lame! I like to bring this glamour into my work alongside using colour and fabric quality to bring luxury to tat, but also a sense of the slightly off, an out of season seaside feeling with my fabric and colour choices. I like to create textiles with a sense of fun and glamour, bridging the gap between evening and everyday wear. I love contrasts, and my constant aim in life and in my work is to find the sparkle in the ordinary, the glamour amidst the grim. Experience in devoreé, colour devoreé, flitter printing, dye printing, pigment screen printing, using stencils as well as exposing screens. Passionate about colour i spent my final major project perfecting my dying skills especially using dip dye techniques and colour devoree. As well as considerable Photoshop and illustrator experience used to create digital textile designs, later cut patterns and vinyl cut designs.
Assistant to stylist Lilia Toncheva O'Rourke for Interview Germany
Beacon Bingo Streatham Hill. My job currently entails cashiering, hosting games, checking claims and giving out prizes. I am constantly inspired by the characters I meet and the colour and detail of the pink neon lights and old theatre space the bingo is held in.
Assistant to stylist Lilia Toncheva O'Rourke on a shoot for a new cookbook for accessories brand Death in Paris.
Assisted Stylist Lilia O'Rourke on a shoot for wallpaper magazine, assisting with the styling of 20 architects
I worked as a trainee on the costume team for the television sitcom ‘you me and them series 2’, with costume designer Robert Lever and Wardrobe supervisor Lorna Gillieron. focusing on on rolls assisting on standby and wardrobe supervision. My main roles included sourcing costume items, basic alterations, fittings, dressing actors and wardrobe supervision and organisation on set, along with continuity. This job also enhanced my skills being personable and attentive as I was often responsible for organising and looking after the actors on set, as well as organisation, and visual skills. Working in TV continuity has given me a keen eye for detail.
I carried out a variety of tasks including covering for the studio manager, answering phone calls and emails professionally and efficiently. I organised, packed and carried out deliveries and collections from factories and stores. I assisted with basic pattern tracing, hand stitching, assisting with organising production, sourcing fabric and haberdashery items, as well as sourcing and liaising with print factories for the next season’s production. The role showed how varied and versatile my skills are, as I was put in different pressured situations daily. It has increased my ability to thrive in stressful situations and think on my feet, as well as to be a quick learner who fits in and learns about a company in a short space of time.
Dresser at London fashion week
Sales Assistant in the ladies fashions department at Elys Department store in Wimbledon. This job has given me a lot of experience with sales, attending to customers, using the telephone, working a till and creating visual displays on the shop floor, especially working with colour combinations. I was involved in dressing, styling and wardrobe supervision on the most recent Elys Christmas fashion show.
Marly le Roi, France - I worked and lived with a family living on the outskirts of Paris in Marly Le Roi. Because of this job and my A level in French, I have a good standard of speaking and understanding French. Living with a new family abroad has given be great people skills.
I worked as a researcher for a new book to be published by Oxford University Press, finding information online, in scientific journals, accessing scientific databases and books, on different subjects relating to the importance of soil and society. I gained a lot of experience using spreadsheets, synthesising data, and recording references.
worked in both the womenswear and accessories, and cosmetics and gifts section of this shop specialising in 1940s-60s style clothing and gifts.
In my first campaign I generated over £600 worth of sales, which made me the top new representative in the area.
During my two years working at Carnforth Bookshop I regularly created window displays for the which were well received by the public and my employers.
gained a distinction
Art - A*, EnglishLit - A*, French - A
Art, French, English language, English Literature, Theatre studies, Maths, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Geography, Product design,