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Bio

Ben Clark is a London based set designer, prop stylist and art director.

Having developed a modern, considered and distinctive aesthetic, he now regularly collaborates with many of the industry's leading creative talents.

Ben started his career in Manchester, producing interactive art & design for galleries and events. A move to London followed where he specialised in art direction at Pinewood Studios. His passion for interiors and architecture took him to Norway, where he gained valuable experience as a craftsman, living and working in Bergen. In 2015 he returned to London, bringing some Scandinavian design obsession with him...

Ben Clark's clients include:

Editorial; Buffalo Zine, The Face, Muse Magazine, GQ Style, Heroine, Solar, Man About Town, Vogue Korea, Numero, M Le Monde, L'Uomo Vogue, Puss Puss...

Commercial: Zara Home, Net A Porter, Maharishi, Cath Kidston, Window00, Urban Outfitters, Champion, Zalando, Brown Thomas, Hackett, Pretty Green, John Lewis, TK MAXX, English National Ballet...

Bio

Ben Clark is a London based set designer, prop stylist and art director.

Having developed a modern, considered and distinctive aesthetic, he now regularly collaborates with many of the industry’s leading creative talents.

Ben started his career in Manchester, producing interactive art & design for galleries and events. A move to London followed where he specialised in art direction at Pinewood Studios. His passion for interiors and architecture took him to Norway, where he gained valuable experience as a craftsman, living and working in Bergen. In 2015 he returned to London, bringing some Scandinavian design obsession with him…

Ben Clark’s clients include:

Editorial; Buffalo Zine, The Face, Muse Magazine, GQ Style, Heroine, Solar, Man About Town, Vogue Korea, Numero, M Le Monde, L’Uomo Vogue, Puss Puss…

Commercial: Zara Home, Net A Porter, Maharishi, Cath Kidston, Window00, Urban Outfitters, Champion, Zalando, Brown Thomas, Hackett, Pretty Green, John Lewis, TK MAXX, English National Ballet…

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