Lewis' passion for creativity started young and developed through his education. His highest GCSE grade was for his art which for him showed him the route he was meant for. Lewis went on to study a BTEC in the Arts at Cirecester college, which saw him gain many skills across many creative routes including fashion design, printing, photography and pottery. Lewis felt at the time he wasn't ready to move onto university and so completed another BTEC at Swindon College doing Media Makeup. This included Film & TV makeup, fashion makeup, prosthetics, costumes and wigs. Having gained a vast amount of creative knowledge Lewis applied to attend the London College of Fashion to study Creative Direction of Fashion. Lewis was accepted and so undertook many different assignements from brand identity, creating visual narratives, set design, moving imagery and magazine publication. In July 2015 Lewis graduated from London College of Fashion and now works for Topshop as a creative assistant. Lewis has been working for Topshop since 2009 and has developed his career even while studying. Since starting on the shop floor Lewis has gone on to move onwards and upwards within the company while keeping creativty in mind at all times. Lewis has been a Topman instore stylist, building custom outfits or new wardrobes for customers through walk in apointments. Lewis took the oppurtunity to work within Topshops head office The Arcadia Group within the visual merchandising department working specifically on new store openings within the USA. Lewis spent just over a year working as part of the topshop creative team, working in two major flagship stores, including the oxford circus flagship store implementing all visuals into the stores aswell as styling manequins and creating window displays. He know works as a Personal shopper in the Knightsbridge store helping to create new wardobes and looks for events for customers, VIP's and celebrities.
Makeup for fashion, theatre, TV and Film