Lydia is a Frankenstein creative with a decade of experience in mission driven marketing. She is currently overseeing creative and brand narrative for Nike Sportswear, ACG and Lab.
Prior to that, she was the Group Creative Director of Refinery29, where she oversaw editorial tentpoles highlighting the pay gap, ageism and The Women’s March on DC. She's judged the Clio Awards, D&AD and was a Cannes Lion See it Be it delegate in 2018. Prior to that, she worked at advertising agencies in New York and London, always in hybrid creative roles allowing her to hone her passion for visual storytelling.
After hours, for the past 5 years, she represented artist Maisie Cousins, together they had art installations at the Tate London and shot Bjork last summer. Lydia is the co-founder of a Rape Crisis Charity project, set up to dispel the notion that clothes can give consent. She studied History of Art at Courtauld Institute London and Art Direction at St Martins. She was born in a tiny village in South Wales, where she met her husband on Myspace 14 years ago. Emo lives.