From an early age Erin had a passion for creating things and getting her hands messy with paint. Now specializing in creative direction, prop styling and set design, Erin Swift has conceptualized, produced and styled intricate still life photos, fashion sets and interiors. Erin’s innate ability to draw inspiration from all aspects of her life and to create fabulous images has afforded her the opportunity to work as the Creative Style Director at One Kings Lane as well as style and market Editor for several distinguished magazines, including Architectural Digest, ELLE DECOR, Gourmet, Oprah Winfrey’s O at Home and Elegant Bride. She has also contributed her work to Vogue, Vogue Paris, V magazine, Real Simple, Redbook, Domino, Marie Claire, Glamour and Martha Stewart Living. Erin is well-known for bringing her considerable art direction, prop styling and set design experience to bear, as she collaborates with some of the best prop stylists, photographers, and event designers to convert initial brainstorming ideas into truly distinctive stories.
In addition to her editorial experience, Erin has produced both elaborate and small shoots for advertising and catalogs such as Apple, Sonos, One Kings Lane, Kohler, Diesel, Tumi, Lilly Pulitzer, Costume National, Lincoln Motor Company, Baker Furniture, Samsung, Asos, Calico, L’objet, Gilt, Boar’s Head, AVON, Kohl’s, Macy’s, Lowes, SoulCycle and Victoria’s Secret. Her book French Accents: At Home with Parisian Objects and Details which was published by Clarkson Potter in April 2013.
Erin approaches each client task as a unique challenge, which allows her to create interiors and sets that compliment each client’s individual style. Erin’s passion for her work and dedication to her clients is recognized by well respected colleagues in all aspects of the business and is evident in her work.