The Twitchery welcomes Sonia Rentsch
The Twitchery are proud to welcome Melbourne-based art director and still life stylist Sonia Rentsch into the fold. Not one to take a well-trodden path, Sonia’s entry into the photography world as a still life stylist began with a degree in Industrial Design from RMIT University. Following her graduation, Sonia built up a diverse client list including the L’oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival, the Suddeutsche Zeitung (Germany) & Christian Dior (UK). In 2007 she managed the Australian arm of renowned Paris forecasting studio Trend Union at the National Design Centre and was editor-at-large of the short lived but popular Design Papers. More recently Sonia has worked for the creative house Moth Design (Melbourne), before a rendezvous in Berlin where she transitioned to film and still life set design under the watchful eyes of wunderkind Sarah Illenberger, and the incredible Sarah Horton. Thanks to the combination of this impressive history and her stellar folio, it is with great pleasure that we welcome Sonia into The Twitchery. To find out more about Sonia, you can read her interview and Guest Blog on The Design Files, or browse her folio here.