Lydia Edmonds has strengths and passion in all the areas of the industry – including hair, makeup and practical special effects. The artist most enjoys sculpting: from creating an enucleated eye piece to an almost full face ageing prosthetic. Edmonds’ niche lies with hairstyling and wigs, with a favourite look being 1920s finger waves. The below designs are based on children’s toys of the Victorian era. There is a lot to play around with in regards to prosthetics, whilst the hair is created using wigs, bald caps and hair pieces.
Ella Woodcock’s project is about “collective joy”, and is inspired by the places the artist would go to before the pandemic to enjoy music.
What do people do in Croxley? Mancey looks at the daily lives of people who live there, documenting how and where they spend time.