Faye McNulty is a textile designer producing research and graphic development for print, jacquard and embroidery across luxury brands, womenswear and menswear. She also works with James Bosley Studios, supporting and developing graphics for his roster of acclaimed clients.

Faye has over 10 years professional experience working with a range of brands including Topshop, MM6 Maison Margiela and Victoria Beckham – and is adept at working across both the creative and the technical aspects of textile design; her specialisms include dyes, silk-screen printing, fine hand-painting / drawing and computer-aided design.

She has worked with innovative design centres – including the London Printworks Trust and the Institute of Making – and has printed and consulted for internationally renowned artists and studios such as Yinka Shonibare, Sonia Boyce and The Unseen.

Having designed and taught courses for prestigious institutions in the UK and Europe to various ages and abilities, she also has extensive experience delivering talks, lectures and tutorials at Higher Education level. Faye is a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Travel Fellow 2017; she has travelled to Japan and Australia to further research handprint techniques and sustainable print practices.