Shona Heath is an art director and set designer. Since graduating from Fashion Design at Brighton University in 1997, her work has encompassed prop-building, painting, paper-sculpting, Photography, Film making art-directing and more. Her editorial credits vary from American, British and Italian Vogue, Casa Vogue, L’Uomo Vogue to Another Magazine, Dazed & Confused, Mixte, 10 and Big Magazine as well as contributing various short films and installations for SHOWstudio. Advertising credits include Armani, Cacharel, Donna Karan, Harvey Nichols, Margaret Howell and Tiffany. She has worked on fashion sets for Emma Cook, Topshop, and Julie Verhoeven, presentations for Marni, Rebecca Taylor and the Vogue Christmas Party.
Heath’s recent projects have included high-profile window displays for Dior, advertising shots and a limited edition Art Book for Rebecca Taylor, and campaigns for Das in 2004 and 2005. Her strong sense of style is inherently evident throughout, mixing contemporary and vintage elements with a timeless sensibility. Other projects involve T-shirt designs for Clements Ribeiro, packaging and fabric designs for Anne Taylor and various album covers.