Finchittida Finch is a Lao-British Artist, Designer and Educator with a focus on embodiment and nature through textiles, fashion, jewellery, installation, movement & storytelling.
She led the creative direction for her eponymous jewellery brand 'Finchittida', which specialised in statement pieces championing Lao culture & self-empowerment. The brand was known for its audacious aesthetics & altruistic attitude.
As the daughter of a Lao refugee and working class Londoner, Finchittida advocates for social & environmental justice. She was a mentor at the Southbank Centre's annual WOW Festival [Women Of The World] & in 2014 gave the TEDx Talk; 'Why having a purpose is sexy as hell!'
In 2018 she was awarded the notable Burberry Design Scholarship to complete a Masters in Jewellery & Metal at the Royal College of Art.
A strong believer in the healing power of creativity & cross-cultural collaborations, Finchittida's work includes a game-changing project in Cambodia styling music artist Laura Mam; a pioneer leading a new generation of music artists since the Khmer Rouge rule, 'Laid To Rest' a solo exhibition in Japan & during the 2020 pandemic she co-founded 'Crucible'; a global BIPOC vessel for creativity & co-directed SEASON; a gallery at the intersection of art, community & nature.
Finchittida is a Visiting Lecturer/Tutor at the Royal College of Art, Central Saint Martins and Goldsmiths, University of London.
To date, her clients include FKA twigs, Cleo Sol, Nike, ASOS, Urban Outfitters, WAH London, Thrasher Magazine & Warner Bros.
Please get in touch to discuss Creative Direction, Consulting, Curation and Collaborations: finchittida @ gmail.com
Finchittida is based in London.