Maisie specialises in time-based, immersive and experiential media and holds undergraduate and postgraduate degree’s in Communication Design, Illustration. Maisie has a background in figurative and fashion illustration and has worked with national and international clients such as Harvey Nichols, H&M and Penguin Random House.
Maisie’s practice is rooted in the hybridisation of analogue and digital techniques and a ‘page to screen’ process which has resulted in outcomes such as 360 degree stories and interactive, tablet based illustrations and animations. Within her authorial practice Maisie enjoys playing with notions and structures of spatial and temporal direction by granting her viewer creative agency and allowing them to lead or alter the narrative.
Maisie is a member of the Storybox Collective, a group of illustrators and designers who interact with archival material to create outputs relevant to a contemporary audience. And Vulgar Earth, an artists collective who ‘take a thought provoking and emotionally charged look at the beauty and vulgarity of human relationships with the natural world and our current disassociation from it’. This enables her to create work exploring ecofeminist perspectives surrounding movements such as Rewilding.
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Storybox Collective, William Morris, Wallpaper Man, The William Morris Society. November 2020
Soon Is Now, Creatives Against Covid. Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Ireland. July – August 2020
Vulgar Earth, From Beacons to Sea, Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon. April 2018
Storybox Collective, Tales of Absence, What if’s and Salvation. Wiltons Music Hall, London. November 2017
KSA MA Graduate Show, Illustration Gallery Different, London. September 2017
Tomorrows Dead Artists Today, Women’s Institute, Essex. April 2015
H&M <3 LCF. H&M Oxford Circus, London. March 2015
The Art of Dress, Al Quoz, Dubai. November 2014
Urban Kelt for Marie Curie. Covent Garden, London. August 2014
Drawing in Fashion. Paris College of Art, Paris. November 2013
College Shop, Carnaby Street, London. December 2013
LCF Graduate Show. Redchurch Street, London. July 2013