Bryony graduated from Brighton University with a degree in illustration.
Drawing inspiration from a diverse mix of styles and eras, she uses found imagery both old and new to create a surprising world where naïve, pop, and surrealism all harmoniously come together.
Feminine and graphic, Bryony’s work reflects her fantasies and obsessions, and her love for all things surreal, mystical and nostalgic. Her signature technique, combining handmade and computer assisted collage with a heavy emphasis on colour and pattern, can be appreciated in her series of fashion personalities portraits.
Her clients include Selfridges, Creative Review, One Little Indian, BE media, A4 magazine, untitled magazine, Flashback-victionary, Bad Idea magazine, Amelias magazine, Grafik.
She currently works and lives in London.
While designing this piece for F&F, Bryony listened to Timber Timbre, Django Django, Brigitte Bardot and Broadcast.