Twig gained a 2:1 degree in History of Art and Architecture at UEA in Norwich. After a period of messing about as a shop assistant on Bond Street she decided to focus on a career in interiors. After a year of work placements and assisting on interior and fashion titles she started work as a freelance interior stylist. Her work was immediately recognised and in her first year she won the Crown Paint Interior Stylist One to Watch award.
Twig has since established herself as one of the top stylists in her field working for clients such as Fired Earth, GP & J Baker, Homes & Gardens, Marie Claire Maison & The White Company. She was commissioned to style the first Toast Home catalogues and to design the home ware department of their flagship store on Westbourne Grove in London. Eager to combine her love of fashion with interiors Twig went on to work as a prop stylist & set designer for clients such as Boden, Kipling, Oil of Olay, Red and M&S.
Combining all of her creative experience from the past 13 years Twig now also works as an Art Director. Her most recent job has been to collaborate with creative agency Buro Creative & photographer Rebecca Miller to produce two worldwide advertising campaigns for British heritage brand Wedgwood.
Lorenzo Agius, Colette de Baros, Blinkk, Chris Craymer, Jonty Davies, Heather Favell, William Garrett, David Gubert, Julia Kennedy, Colin Lane, Chloe Mallett, Sarah Maingot, Rebecca Miller, Mark Newton, David Oldham, Erez Sebag, Catherine Wessel, Jenny Zarins.
Simon Bevan, Antony Crolla, Laura Edwards, Tim Evan-Cook, Chris Everard, Cath Gratwicke, Emma Lee, Sarah Maingot, Neil Mersh, James Merrell, Kristin Peres, Damien Russell, Jonathan West, Polly Wreford.
“Twig is a gem, a rare talent with an incredible eye for all things beautiful. She has been a key contributor to creating the new Wedgwood imagery style. She never ceased to amaze me on the two campaign photoshoots we did together, from set ideas to execution, through impeccable props choice and styling.”
Wedgwood Global Brand Director
Family Spaces – Twig and author Julia Crouch discuss how they use their space. Listen to the episode here ←