Olga’s work is deeply informed by her background in installation art and set design. Her art installations evoke spaces existing just beyond the five senses, alchemical landscapes of magic and possibility. Olga’s commercial work is infused with the same seeds. She strives to create poetry in space and form. Pulling inspiration from a tapestry of art references, she weaves opposing elements for unusual juxtapositions. Olga works confidently across the design spectrum from concept to shoot, designing spaces for events, styling catalogs, magazine editorial, advertising and consulting brands for visual reboots. She designed a restaurant in Brooklyn and her home will be featured in Domino Magazine in Fall 2017.
Olga holds an MA in Installation Art from Central St. Martins in London, a postgraduate degree in Set Design from Motley in London and a BA in clinical psychology from Tufts University. Olga was born in the USSR and lives in Brooklyn with her partner and two children.
Clients include Anthropologie, IKEA, Urban Outfitters, The North Face, CB2, West Elm, Christie’s, Disney, Target, Mute Records, New York City Ballet, Oscar De Le Renta, Dwell Studio, F. Schumacher, gilt.com, HGTV Magazine, HomeGoods, Land of Nod, Larson-Juhl, The Rubin Museum, Thread Design, One Kings Lane, Pine Cone Hill, Rose Tarlow, Melrose Place, Southern Living, Real Simple, Food and Wine, Teen Vogue, Coastal Living, Country Living, Veranda Magazine, WSJ, House Beautiful, InStyle, Bon Appétit, Domino, Elle, Glamour, GQ and Better Homes & Gardens.