Shona Heath Set Design
Tim Walker 'Wonderful Things'
Windows & Installations
Shona Heath is one of Britain's leading Set Designers and Creative Directors. She is behind some of the most memorable sets crafted for fashion editorials, advertisings, shows installations and costumes. Her links with the fashion, art and film world continue to over lap making her much in demand.
Well known for her long term collaboration with acclaimed British photographer Tim Walker and other contemporary fashion photographers including Craig McDean, Inez and Vinoodh, Paolo Roversi, Jackie Nickerson. Shona’s work over the past 10 years, has been a pivotal contribution to iconic fashion images and contemporary storytelling. This includes her numerous advertising collaborations with luxury fashion houses like Dior, Hermes, Jo Malone, Marni, Prada, Miu Miu, Mulberry, Valentino and Oscar De La Renta.
Since 2015, Shona has collaborated with Marni, building creative architectural spaces with beautiful colours and a feminine and contemporary use of space.
Shona's vision could be described as a play on scale and colour, a balance of refined and raw, an experimental use of materials; always with a feminine approach. Motifs of the natural world continue to inspire and are apparent in her work.
Shona has also been asked to lend her unique vision to create stunning installations and window displays around the world. Her collaborations include Barneys New York, Harrods, Colette, J Crew, Harrods, H&M, Dior and others.
Since Graduating from Fashion Design at Brighton University in 1997, her portfolio has progressed beyond the traditional definitions of a set design encompassing paper sculpting, painting, costume design, photography, film making, art-directing, installation, exhibition design and more. Her artistic, editorial and commercial credits include American, British and Italian Vogue, Another Magazine, 032c, Bjork, The V&A Museum, Somerset House, Topshop, Pop Magazine, Dazed & Confused, Gurls Talk, Qvest, Show Studio, Halpern, Modern Matter…to be continued!
She works from her studio in Dalston, London.