Olivia Gregory is a freelance London-based creative director and interior stylist. She has over a decade of experience and spent eight years as the senior style editor and deputy decoration editor at House & Garden magazine.

Having trained in set and costume design at Central St Martins College of Arts and Design, Olivia began her career designing sets for theatre and film. Here her work evidenced a strong sense of storytelling, concept and colour, and an ability to create an immediate, visceral and multi-sensory experience.

She developed her distinctive, narrative style creating the design and decoration pages of House & Garden, where her experience broadened to all aspects of both editorial and commercial projects, including creative direction, interiors and prop styling and set design as well as exhibition, event, retail design and consulting.

Latest work: Prop styling for Decorté ‘s latest campaign launch at Selfridges.

Clients include Anthropologie,  Boden, Crabtree & Evelyn, CB2- Crate and Barrel, Conde Nast, Decorté , The Economist, Elemis, Elle Decoration, Espa, Habitat, H & M Home, Harrods, House of Fraser, Jim Thompson, John Lewis, Liberty, Marks & Spencer, Miss Selfridge, Mulberry Home, Ocado, Orla Kiely, Porta Romana, Romo Black Edition, Selfridges, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, Zara Home, Zoffany, 1843 Magazine.

With thanks to the following photographers: Adrian Briscoe, Anders Schonnemann, Andrew Woffinden, Ania Wawrzkowicz, Ben Anders, Beth Evans, Bill Batten, Carolyn Barber, Carl Bengtsson, Craig Fordham, Chris Everard, Chris Turner, Damian Russell, Emma Lee, George Bamford, Jake Curtis, Jake Rosenberg, Jan Baldwin, Joakim Blockstrom, John Gough, John Mason, Katya De Grunwald, Kristin Perers, Martin Morrell, Mel Yates, Mikkel Mortensen, Nassima Rothacker, Neil Mersh, Oliver Perrott, Paul Redman, Paul Raeside, Polly Wreford, Sarah Hogan, Sean Myers, Simon Bevan, Simon Watson, Sudhir Pithwa, Tom Mannion, Victoria Ling.

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Olivia Gregory is a member of the AOP, Association of Photographers, the organisation that represents Professional Photography and those that practice it to the highest standards.

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