Efe I

Creative Director, Prodcuer & Fashion Stylist

London, United Kingdom
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Projects credited in

About me

Efe-I is an award-winning Art Director of ‘Hertz’ (BFI Future Film Festival: Best Documentary currently on BFI Player) Producer andr Fashion Stylist. Working across Print, Film, Photography and Events; whether Editorial or Commercial, Efe-I creates narrative driven content for brands and institutions. Producing work for; Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A), Vivienne Westwood, Asos and Nowness most notably, Efe-I’s attention to detail from brief development to post-production in the creation of environments and styling translates across her catalogue of work. Get in contact for more information or opportunities.

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  • Styling
  • Fashion Styling
  • Creative Direction
  • Creating Moodboards
  • Creative Production
  • Visual Arts
  • Casting
  • Social Media Management
  • Time Management
  • Film Production

People I’ve worked with

Companies I’ve worked with

  • Central Saint Martins (UAL)

    Central Saint Martins (UAL)

    • Education & Research
  • The Adv_™

    The Adv_™

    • Education & Research
  • U


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      Work history


      Feb 2019
      • London, United Kingdom
      • Freelance
      • Working across a variety of creative courses within the university. -Presenting lecturers -Workshop development facilitator - Checking and assessing students' work - Encouraging personal development via tutorial or pastoral work


      Creative Producer & Fashion Stylist


      Apr 2013
      • London, United Kingdom
      • Freelance
      • My diverse experience has provided me with a breath of knowledge within the fashion industry and trained me to have an uncompromising eye for detail. Over the years I have worked within model,beauty, still life photography and film for a variety of brands such as Vivienne Westwood, Harvey Nichols, Nowness, Couverture & The Garbstore and Selfridges & Co.



      FdA Design for Graphic Communication

      UAL (University Of The Arts London)

      Sep 2009 - Jul 2011
      • London, United Kingdom
      • Graphic communication design is the art of generating and diffusing visual culture. It’s purpose is disseminating the ideas and norms of our visual culture, as a means of recording, informing, promoting and persuading, graphic communication design is responsible for shaping the ways people see and act in the world. Developing technical and conceptual skills and situate your practice socially and ethically, to emerge with strong technical skills, creative abilities and an understanding of the power of design to influence and shape human behaviour.