Bio

Stephanie began her career as a theatrical director, having trained at the prestigious York University theatre program before launching her own company, Theatre Ephemera, upon graduation.  With two very successful shows under her belt, Stephanie followed a hunch and volunteered for a short film to see what life in movies was about.  She caught the production bug that day and hasn’t looked back since.

After a few years of experience in Toronto’s booming commercial and music video industry, she was soon producing photoshoots for fashion and advertising photographers.  While on-set, she re-discovered her love for the creative side and transitioned to styling props, sets and wardrobe.  With her solid production background, talent for design and unlimited resourcefulness she is in very high demand.

For more than 12 years, Stephanie has conceptualized the vision of top creative teams and brands in a range of visual styles.  She is highly respected in her field and has an extensive knowledge of interior design and a sharp eye for décor trends.  She has appeared locally on Cityline and nationally on The Marilyn Denis Show as a design expert.   She also writes for publications such as Toronto Life, Style at Home and Post City Magazine.

The photographers that Stephanie has worked with are among the best: Rob Fiocca, Chris Nicholls, Michael Graydon, Peter Schafrick, Virginia MacDonald, Stacey Brandford, Angus Fergusson, Shanghoon and Raina & Wilson.

Some of her notable advertising clients include Rogers, LCBO, Sony, Bell, Aldo, Town Shoes, P & G Beauty, HBC, Reebok, Homesense and Bombay Company.

Stephanie’s editorial clients include Style at Home, The Globe and Mail, Toronto Life, Flare, Chatelaine, Canadian Living, Today’s Bride and Today’s Parent.

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