Stevie Stewart first made her impact with the innovative and influential fashion label BodyMap which she co-founded with David Holah. Enjoying great success and cult status during the label’s heyday. Stevie has since gone on to work with top creative names in Fashion, Music, Film and Advertising, as a costume, set, production designer, a fashion stylist and often a combination of all of the above, bringing her range of talents to each project.
Stevie has a long standing relationship with the choreographer Michael Clark whom she first started collaborating with in 1984 creating memorable costumes for many of his productions, most recently 2012’s untitled Barbican show that received rave reviews.
Stevie has also worked with Oliver Award Winner and acclaimed choreographer Russell Maliphant, creating the costumes to compliment his renowned dance language of flow, form and dynamics.
Her film credits include: Production Designer and Costume Designer for Ruby Blue directed by Jan Dunn featuring Bob Hoskins and Josiane Balasko; Costume Designer for Baille Walsh’s Flashbacks of a Fool starring Daniel Craig; Costume and Production designer for Jan Dunn’s The Calling.
Stevie has been responsible for the costume design for several international music tours including Kylie Minogue’s Aphrodite Les Folies 2011 tour, KYLIEX2008 World Tour, previous Showgirl and Homecoming International tours, as well as The Circus Starring Britney Spears 2009 tour.
Stevie is a long term designer & collaborator for William Baker. Stevie’s BodyMap label is currently featured in the V&A’s Club to Catwalk Exhibition, a major show looking at the influence of club culture on the contemporary catwalk.
Andy has been composing music for film and television for over 20 years. His first film, with BBC’s Modern Times, was for Lucy Blakstad’s LIDO. Since then he has composed on a wide range of projects including in contemporary dance for which he has received a Time Out Award. He has composed for numerous dance companies but most notably for Russell Maliphant on the award winning Push, a duet with Sylvie Guillem. Films include Babeldom by Paul Bush and Lay Bare, an animation which received best experimental film award in Tindirindis. His compositions for television include Penny Woolcock’s Tina and Simon Schama’s American History series. He as also worked on Wild Pictures’ prison series HMP Aylesbury on ITV and Century Films’ series The Railway on BBC2.