Bethany Voak is a textile designer born and raised in Jersey, Channel Islands. Working as a colour alchemist she brings together modern design with sustainable practices. She has a strong interest in researching and discovering new processes to find innovative solutions for current sustainable issues.
After gaining a distinction for foundation in art and design from Plymouth University she qualified with a first class honours degree from Norwich University of the Arts specialising in repeat screen printing. Bethany is currently studying for a Masters in Textiles at the Royal College of Art, London.
She has exhibited her work in a number of locations including London, Norwich and most recently Jersey for the Skipton Big Ideas Wearable Art Exhibition.
Bethany has professional experience working with several international design companies. Bethany has worked for Vivienne Westwood within the Gold Label Studio, Alexander McQueen as a Special Projects Freelancer and most recently PriestmanGoode within their Colour, Material and Finish Department.
Through these experiences she has developed a unique understanding of the current innovations in the textile industry which she draws on for her current work.
PriestmanGoode x RCA Colour Material Finish Designer - Winner 2021