Graziella is a make-up artist based in London working on Fashion, T.V, Red Carpet,  Commercials, Red Carpet and special event make-up. Graziella's journey started in Dublin where she graduated in Special Effects and Fashion, Media and Theatre make-up. After moving to London she trained in Hair design at London College of Fashion and Airbrush make-up. She joined Space Nk in 2006 where she worked as a Senior Pro Artist until May 2016 when she left to pursue her freelance work.

Celebrity clients included Salma Hayek, Jade Jagger, Colin and Livia Firth for the Tom Ford Nocturnal Animals Premier, Morgan Hall for the Mercury Awards 2016 and Keesha Sharp for Lethal Weapon Press Day. Mens grooming include  Rob Sheehan for Umbrella Academy, Viggo Mortensen for Baftas 2017, Clayne Crawford for Lethal Weapon Press Day and Chuck Lorre for the Big Bang Theory Press Day.

Graziella has also worked extensively with ZDF TV London, taking care of the main anchor Diana Zimmermann and guests such as Tony Blair.  A project with ZDF was a ballet documentary featuring Jo Ann Endicott and her work with the Pina Bausch.

She has worked on commercials for clients such as Activia, Marks and Spencers, make-up designer for Lipstick Queen's promo for the Velvet Rope collection and a promo shoot for designer Todd Lynn for the space nk beauty council. Other clients include Fiona Paxton jewellery, Laurie Nouchka, Likemary clothing , Hair Colour clinic, the Pretty Dress company and Matches fashion online.

Editorial work includes Katlblut magazine, Atlas mag, Vogue Italia Online, Femme Rebelle, Life (sunday Independent), Conglomerate (Canadian mag), ON Mag (Spanish Mag) plus regular seasonal shoots for various Uk hair magazines. Fashion week shows include Manuel Facchini presentation, Xhou Zhang, Christopher Kane, Palmer Harding and Florian jayet.

Other affiliated clients include By Terry, Harvey Nicols, Fashion TV, Clothes show and Mobo Music Awards.

Graziella also has a wealth of experience in beauty make-up and bridal and red carpet looks.

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