After graduating from the London College of Fashion, Emma was awarded a scholarship by the then licence owners of YSL, Ungaro and Jean Charles de Castlebajac. She has worked on fashion editorial and layout design as well as on pattern cutting for designer, Louise Goldin.
She went on to win the Creative Craft Award in 2010 and the Radcliffe Award in 2011 and now works from her studio space at Cockpit Arts in Holborn.
Emma creates beautiful garments, artwork and accessories and specialises in intricate laser cut lace and digital textile projects. She employs drawing, new technology and technical pattern making to create wearable pieces. Emma’s work has featured in multiple publications including Vogue India.
She lectures at Kingston University and at the London College of Contemporary Arts and has taught at Morley College since 2013.