creative direction + styling





A creative director with an extensive international background, Graham Hollick is a recognized expert in art direction, creative consultancy, design and trend forecasting.

Now based in London, Graham has an impressive list of international clients. His work ranges from producing catalogues and styling photo shoots to art directing advertising campaigns.

Styling: A sought-after photo stylist for digital and print media, Graham's work has featured in editorial and advertising campaigns ranging from The Guardian to Ceasarstone and Stella Artois.

Consultancy:  Graham was a key figure in the launch of WGSN's dedicated Lifestyle & Interiors website, the award-winning trend forecasting consultancy where he is a regular contributor.

Installations:  From theatrical sets and exhibition spaces to trend forums and press shows, Graham conceives and designs interior spaces for a wide range of global brands, including Habitat, Swarovski and Samuel Heath.

Design: Graham has designed fabric collections bought by designers such as Kenzo, Dries van Noten, and Georgina von Etzdorf.  He currently directs Stitch by Stitch, a fair-trade line of home furnishings in collaboration with artisans in Nepal and India, which he founded in 2010.

Print: As Design Director of Li Edelkoort's influential magazines View on ColourInView and Bloom, Graham has worked with some of the world's most highly regarded photographers, including Paolo Roversi, Guido Mocafico, Ruy Teixeira and Tom Mannion. The many editorial images he has created are considered icons of contemporary photography.

Graham also designs for the ground-breaking Chickenshed theatre company, where his sets and costumes have received great acclaim.

At home working on the other side of the planet as in various corners of Europe, Graham speaks fluent French and is still trying to improve his Italian.


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+44 (0)7771 560 370


Key Clients:

The Conran Shop


Galleries Lafayette

Kenzo Home







Nicole Farhi

Elle Decoration


D Casa                              

The Guardian Magazine   

Sunday Times