Emily grew up in California, studied painting and sculpture at Goldsmiths College in London, and now lives and works in Brooklyn. She loves to weld, sew, woodwork, rig, paint, slip cast, throw ceramics, and ride horses. This unique skill set helped land her a job styling the Bergdorf Goodman windows straight out of school. She spent 4 years there, learning how to give objects and environments “that rich look” from the seasoned visionaries in their visual department and naturally fell into prop styling editorial and commercial projects thereafter. She enjoys working in a variety of mediums, on any scale, constructing images that are unified by their graphic clarity, strong sense of composition and playfulness.
Clients include Anthropologie, The Atlantic, Barney’s, Bergdorf Goodman, Brides, Cosmopolitan, Chandon, Cole Haan, Delta Sky Magazine, Gilt Groupe, Hennessy, HP, InStyle, Jawbone, Kate Spade, Land Rover, Loeffler Randall, Lucky, Marie Claire, M. Nii, New York Times Magazine, O Magazine, Paper, Ralph Lauren, Real Simple, Self, Shape, Sony, Teen Vogue, Time, Tommy Hilfiger and Vogue.