A stylist never works alone.
Collaboration is key to this profession and essential to its survival.
Managing relations and answering client briefs is crucial to the success of a styling project – however, without compromising the creative direction and outcome.
In this subject the students will work directly with peers from Fashion Design, Photography and potentially other departments on collaborative projects.
Project management- working within and managing group projects, including time management, creative direction and desired outcome.
Creative direction- with consideration for the collaborative vision, setting a creative direction to guide the work process. This includes concept research, creating story-boards and style-plans, sourcing props and materials, styling garments, coordinating photo/video shoots and editing.
Visual communication- visual language and the semiotics of imagery.
Fashion photography & video- how to style and capture images (composition, setting, lighting) and working with the camera.
Editing- the process of selecting images & sequences of moving images including digitally manipulating and stylizing an image.