Stevie Stewart - formerly one half of the innovative and influential 80's design label BodyMap - now works with top creative names in fashion, music, film and advertising as a fashion, costume, set and production designer.
Film credits include costume designer for Baillie Walsh's "Flashbacks of a Fool" starring Daniel Craig.
Costume and Production designer for Jan Dunn's "Ruby Blue" starring Bob Hoskins and Josianne Balasko.
Costume and Production designer for "The Calling" starring Brenda Blethyn, Susannah York, Rita Tushingham, Amanda Donahoe and Emily Beecham.
Stevie had also designed costumes for several international music tours including Kylie Minogue's recent Kylie X 2008 world tour and previous Showgirl and Homecoming international tours, also set designed for the onstage backdrop screens content on all tours. Stevie also designed costumes for The Circus starring Britney Spears 2009 Tour. Stevie has also designed and made costumes for Girls Aloud, Westlife, Alexandra Burke, Cheryl Cole and Leona Lewis. Stevie has just completed styling Westllife for their 2010 tour and costumed Leona Lewis's dancers for her Labryinth 2010 tour.
Stevie also works as a fashion stylist and set designer for fashion advertising campaigns and editorials with top fashion photographers including Nick Knight, Mario Testino, Emma von Unworth, Solve Sundsbo and Mile Aldridge.
Stevie has had a long term collaboration with Michael Clark Dance Company since 1984 creating memorable costumes for many of his productions. Stevie has also costumed Rambert Dance Company, Russell Maliphant and Akram Khan and the Cholmondeleys. Other theatrical collaborations include costume designs for "The Importance of Being Earnest" directed by David Fielding.