Lizzy is a British set designer based out of her London studio and engaged in projects across the UK and Europe. Her sets have a become known for their surreal qualities, creating playful dream like environments.
Lizzy’s time organising and building installations for award winning architects Studio Egret West, following her degree in Fashion Communication has helped her develop a unique background in spatial design. Her lasting interest in architecture alongside the freedom of artistic license remains at the core of her ethos. Since 2017 Lizzy has been focused solely on fashion stills photography, taking her on an exciting industry journey, including most notably her large scale exhibition projects for Molly Goddard’s catwalk for the opening of the V&A Exhibition Road Quarter, Charles Jeffrey’s - ‘The Come Up’ at NOW Gallery, the adidas Garage Amelot showroom at Paris Fashion Week 2019, and Anya Hindmarch’s 10 Pont Street concept store. Lizzy cites acclaimed set designers Andy Hillman and Rachel Thomas, who she has variously assisted on their own sets, as strong influences in the nurturing of her own unique eye. The combination of rigorous detail and tireless design development learnt in collaboration, is born out in Lizzy’s independent projects.
Editorial clients include WSJ, Vogue Italia, Vogue Scandinavia, Altered States Magazine, Puss Puss, Twin Magazine, Dazed & Confused, Dazed Beauty.
Advertising clients include Stella McCartney, Nanushka, Peachy Den, Selfridges, Net-a-Porter, DeMellier, Anya Hindmarch, Charles Jeffrey - Loverboy, Net-A-Porter & Flannels.