In my design I pride myself on respecting and conserving historical dress through innovative design, combining current trends, past fashions and new ideas. Striving to maintain a space where a creative attitude and respect for good dressmaking is achieved. I have worked as a seamstress at a textile alteration shop for two years and inturned at Yang Li. As well as studying I have had a freelance buisness for the past two years which is primarily illustration based. I am a 2020 graduate from the University for the Creative Arts Epsom with a First Class Bachelor of Arts Degree in Fashion.
- Print Commition for Cat O'BrienI was asked to make a commition comprised of several illustrations. I recieved a detailed brief about each illustration which I worked to whilst keeping my own style. I re-coloured the print on photoshop which was Cat O'Brien used on her ready to wear corset's and T-shirts, sold on her website.
- 'Selling Her Oranges'I enjoyed completing my graduate collection from home due to COVID-19. It made me broaden my skillset, learning to work independantly and know the value of collaboration. ‘Selling Her Oranges’ is inspired by the promiscuous Nell Gwynn, mistress to Charles II. I wanted to explore the controversial presence, even glorification, of adultery within the otherwise enforced monogamy of an aristocratic society. Focusing on the most vulnerable member of the relationship, I explored the life of someone
Freelance IllustratorGeorgie Collinson
Derby, United KingdomFreelance
Meeting deadlines, satisfying the brief set by the client. Multitasking with university deadlines, ensuring excellent time management and organisation. Creating prints for garments.
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- Adobe Photoshop
- Abobe Illustrator
- Adobe Indesign
- Pattern Cutting
- Presentation Design
- Garment Construction
- Technical Drawing