Lauren works in a variety of artistic roles, from her studio on Fountayne road she has created props for the BBC, an escape room, a film about Banksy, and the recent Junior Doctors/National Health Singers' music video amongst others.
Focusing more heavily on creating scenic art of late, she has been working on a production of The Picture of Dorian Gray (for which she was also lead make-up artist) and Treasure Island, for which she was painting and ageing both the set and the costumes. Other projects have included the recent relaunch of the Beano, many immersive theatre events, advertisements and a commissioned mural on the side of K-west hotel.
She is Creative Producer of two London based festivals, The Camberwell Fair and Bushstock.
Lauren also works as a facepainter at events such as the St. Patrick's Day parade in Trafalgar Square, Boishakhi Mela in Weaver's Fields, and Pride in Leicester Square, plus she is resident facepainter at Tonteria nightclub. She puts her make-up skills to use in everything from TV and theatre to body painting for international charity campaigns.
Lauren also works as an art director and has been designing and making decor for events such as Halloween at Camden's Koko nightclub and Fire in The Mountain festival, always focusing on working with sustainable, repurposable or upcycled materials.
Additionally, Lauren writes for a free listings magazine which introduces people to the wealth of entertainment and events which London has to offer.