The style for this year was gold and silver with a sprinkling of fake snow (not that we needed it!) The areas we dressed were the orangery which is a beautiful glass building where we hung 6 wreaths in the windows. We also dressed a huge tree for the entrance and also created wreaths for the forn and back gates of Kew. We sprayed lots of balls silver and put them together in bundles to create larger balls. Fingerless gloves, scarves, and wooly hats galore!
- Jodie Clare Gardner
- I am an inventive and creative designer, working within the arts. My project roles vary from theatre design, illustration, event design, and puppetry. I lead workshops for children and I teach theatre design in higher education. I also run Hattie Pom Pom, a creative hat making company. RECENT PROJECT- Head of styling for Jamie Oliver's Big Feastival/ Costume, set, and puppetry with Blunderbus Theatre Company. 'The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark' CURRENT PROJECTS- A vintage wedding styling project/ Creating the show The Secret Garden with Angel Exit Theatre. MY UPCOMING PROJECT- The styling of 'Wedding week' at Bluewater Shopping Centre
Tuesday, 21 December 2010
This christmas I was the assistant dresser at Kew Gardens, it was a fantastic project and got me feeling very festive! We worked through the snow and at times it got extremely cold but we powered through and everything looked fabulous!