Multi disciplinary senior designer, specialising in product, fashion, graphic, exhibition and event design at HemingwayDesign (www.hemingwaydesign.co.uk/), the company established by my parents Wayne and Gerardine Hemingway.
I spent my formative years surrounded by music, fashion and design. Whether it was hanging out in the Red or Dead warehouses (I apologise now for those shoe shops who received incorrect deliveries and rogue Haribo sweets in the boxes), running wild during my parents London Fashion Week catwalk shows or marching around the family home in weird and wonderful outfits with my brother and sisters to Heaven 17’s (We Don't Need This) Fascist Groove Thang... Dressing up has been the norm and part of his life from a very early age.
I left school at 16 to spend time in the HemingwayDesign studio where I learnt everything I could wish to know about the creative industries from my parents.
In 2009 I turned The Tate Liverpool into a silent disco as part of their This is Sculpture Series, curating the exhibition Sculpture Remixed which featured works by Ron Mueck and Antony Gormley set within a space more reminiscent of a 1970s New York discotheque than art gallery.
In August 2010 the HemingwayDesign team launched the highly acclaimed and hugely popular Vintage Festival (www.vintagefestival.co.uk/) where I been responsible for developing the iconic branding and overseeing marketing, production, creative direction and the curation.