Stephanie is a Set Designer working on screen, on stage and in installation and photographic works, she collaborates with directors and film makers to artists and animators. Trained through the post-graduate Motley Theatre Design Course in Covent Garden she previously studied BA Spatial Design and worked as an architect in practices that specialise in the design of arts based projects. Based in London Stephanie has created sets, props, and costumes and art directed for clients including Burberry, DNA Films, Bompas&Parr, Selfridges, Matches, Paco Rabanne, BBC, Jotta (University of the Arts), Intel, Nokia, Observer Magazine. She has worked on theatre productions for Stratford Circus, The Arcola, Abbey Theatre Ireland, Avalon Productions, Riverside studios, Bush Theatre, Hull Truck Theatre and more
Props stylist 2016 Runway Make-up Tutorials Art Direction on there Winter/ Autumn Beauty Campaign 2016
Set designer on the presentation of fashion designer Saloni "Holy Saloni' during London Fashion week
Ginger bread Lost London Christmas Selfridges Window
Set Designer on Richard Herrings new play I killed Rasputin at Riverside Studios.
MIYA Jewlerry Showcase
Working in the Art Department for award winning art director Sam Tidman on Dizee Rascals music video ft Robbie Williams 'Goin Crazy' directed by Andreas Nillson
I have worked extensively throughout the years with creative agency Jotta (Founded in partnership with Central Saint Martins) Most recently I worked with Jotta on several large scale events. This included Intel’s event Future Fashion Showcase and American Airlines on the live event Above&Beyond within the unique architecture of One Marylebone’s 19th Century Crypt. Other projects include photoshoots and campaigns for brands Nokia and Intel.
Technical drawing, model making, site surveys, preparing planning application documents, graphic design, administration and other office responsibilities.
The Motley Theatre Design Course is an intensive one year course, directed by Alison Chitty with course tutors Anthony Lamble and Ashley Martin -Davis. The Course has been recognised nationally and internationally for the quality of its graduates since its inception in 1966. The teaching is based on a philosophy of respect for the text and the performer and a belief in the integrity of the performance and design. Students are encouraged to develop skills which combine practicality and imagination. Over the years the Motley Theatre Design Course has provided the theatre, film and television industries with many talented designers and technicians including: Paul Brown, Alexandra Byrne, Tom Cairns, Frank Conway, Kandis Cook, Es Devlin, Hayden Griffin, Penny Hadrill, Jeremy Herbert, Gemma Jackson, Anthony McDonald, David Short, Ultz, Brien Vahey, Neil Warmington. Led by Alison Chitty, the instructors on the Course are all practising professionals. Recent visiting directors and designers have included: Danny Boyle, Tom Cairns, Bob Crowley, Bill Dudley, Richard Eyre, Bill Gaskill, Peter Gill, David Gothard, Vicky Hallam, David Hare, Jane Howell, Nick Hytner, Mike Leigh, Vicky Mortimer and Simon Usher. Regular Staff include: John Burgess, Ann Curtis, Gary Thorne, Anthony Waterman and Tim Wright.