Lynsey Coke is a visual researcher, designer and stylist. Named as 'One of the Best Graduates 2012' by Blueprint magazine, Lynsey has already had clients ranging from Adidas, &Smith and WGSN.
Graduating from the prestigious Central Saint Martins with an MA in Textile Futures, Lynsey enjoys pushing her printed Textile background with a multi-disciplinary perspective. Her innovative randomised design process stemming from her final year at CSM aims to instil an understanding of how useful failure and chance are in the creative industries. Lynsey enjoys pushing the boundaries of the process and attempts to simulate a 'Design Detox' for students and Designers at a series of workshops facilitated in her own design studio in Hackney.
Past projects have included a commission by Adidas and Vice, to assist Yo'h Studio in customising three pairs of trainers for athletes during the 2012 Olympic games. More recently, Lynsey was asked to style a short film by award winning Ian Pons Jewell, and to style Rejina Pyo's S/S 2013 Lookbook. Working on projects ranging from styling, set design, to research, Lynsey strives to create visually stimulating and innovative work. Lynsey also works as a writer, contributing to Mint Magazine.
Already commissioned to curate workshops at both the UEL and the University of Huddersfield, Lynsey specialises in Idea generation and the design process. Lynsey's passion lies within the possibilities of a material future, which she aims to demonstrate at the following Universities as a Visiting lecturer: University of East London and University of Huddersfield.