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Rebecca Wordingham is a London-based makeup artist. After completing a photographic arts degree, Rebecca furthered her studies with a diploma in Complete Makeup Artistry.

Her experience spans 14 years in the industry and her reputation for creating both clean and experimental looks alike is called upon by photographers, designers, celebrities, fashion houses and editorial publications. In addition to her freelance career, Rebecca was the Creative Director of renowned makeup school, The London School of Media Makeup, which she co-founded with her mother BAFTA-winning makeup artist Jeanne Richmond in 2004. 

Rebecca has contributed to publications such as British Vogue, Document Journal, Dazed & Confused, i-D, The Gentlewomen, Self Service, SSAW, Arena Homme+, The Perfect Magazine and Modern Matter to name a few.

Rebecca has worked with photographers Tim Walker, Venetia Scott, Alasdair McLellan, Tyrone LeBon, Nick Knight, Nathaniel Goldberg, Solve Sunsbo, Angelo Pennetta, Larissa Hofmann, Juergen Teller, Steve Mackay, Sam Rock, Laura Jane Coulson, Lena Emery, Claire Shilliand, Jamie Morgan, Quentin DeBriey, Quentin Jones, Benjamin Vnuk, Agnes Lloyd Platt, Stephanie Wilson, Tom Johnson, Francesco Nazardo, Andrea Artemisio. Felix Cooper and Markn.

Rebecca’s client’s include Marc Jacobs, Arket, COS, Aries, Browns Fashion, Chanel, Gucci, Net a Porter, Palace, OAMC, Selfridges, Stella McCartney, Eftychia, Harvey Nichols, Nicomede, Ports 1961 and Adidas amongst others.

In addition to becoming the beauty editor for a new magazine lauching February 2022 Buckley Magazine, Rebecca’s newest project is a luxury sustainable fragrance brand REV:RE which will be launching in 2022.