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Sculptures by Lyndsay Milne McLeod

 

 

 

 

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Sculpture by Lyndsay Milne McLeod – ”Thresh”

Lyndsay Milne McLeod is an experienced creative director who has overseen major editorial and advertising features and realised projects for corporate and individual clients. She started as a designer for theatre, became senior interiors stylist at the World Of Interiors, then senior director of visuals at Donna Karan, New York, leading the team responsible for developing shops, products, events and shows. As a freelance creative director she has undertaken a wide range of commissions, from designing conceptual cutting-edge editorial photo shoots and award-winning advertising and music campaigns, to creating site-specific exhibition/event installations and retail environments. She has designed fashion launches, restaurants and creative hotel schemes.  Her work is Innovative, at times unconventional yet always appropriate.

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Sculpture by Lyndsay Milne McLeod – ”Face to face”.

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Lyndsay’s Approach as creative Director and set designer is rigorous and investigative but above all lively. Having an understanding of a wide spectrum of styles has allowed her to embrace briefs from a variety of different clients and to create strikingly powerful spaces and images which convey brand message and narrative. Her work is often informed by the most progressive developments in the creative world. This allows her to bring dynamism and originality to every project producing compelling solutions that are intelligent and timeless.

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