Heather Greene is a New York-based Soft Goods & Prop Stylist and Set/Production Designer. Heather moved to NYC in 1998 to pursue a career as a fashion stylist. She began working at the Issey Miyake Boutique and then moved on to assist their buyer in Paris. Deciding to broaden her professional career, she combined her passion for art, fashion, and the craft of documentation by transitioning to production. Her production credits began with working on the live shows and film projects of Fischerspooner and Vanessa Beecroft at Deitch Projects and also on location in London and Germany. Heather then went on to produce many art-based and commercial live events, documentary, feature, and television projects both domestically and internationally.
Throughout these experiences she often gravitated toward and worked on sets and props, eventually leading her to happily shift focus to set design and prop styling for the still and moving image. Now a full-time stylist, she applies her combined experience of production, travel, fashion, art & design to each and every project she takes on. Heather lives with her husband and two sons in Brooklyn, NY.
Heather has collaborated with a broad range of clients including Saks Fifth Avenue, Rockport, Garnet Hill, Anthropologie, SWELL, Conde Nast, Marie Claire, TIME Inc, Details, New York’s Ace Hotel, and the published book “Design Brooklyn: Renovation, Restoration, Innovation, Industry” (Abrams/Stewart Tabori & Chang, October 2013).