KULU designer Emma Fallon is a hand weaver based at Jamaica Street Studios in Bristol. Her practice merges between traditional craft techniques and digital processes, creating contemporary textiles and products for the interior and fashion industry. Working with hand weaving, jacquard, screen printing and a victorian process combining weave and print called shadow tissues, craft is at the heart of her practice. The work is inspired by the landscape and the human connection with the land.
After graduating from an MA in Fashion and Textiles, Emma was selected for Texselect in 2019 and exhibited at Premier Vision where she received a highly recommended status from the Woolmark company and was shortlisted for the best interiors prize. She has since worked on commissions with international companies designing hand woven cloth with screen printed embellishments for a variety of applications.
Emma was selected for the Crafts Council Hothouse mentoring program for 2020.