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Estelle Pearce

Estelle Pearce


/ Digital Artist                         

/ Digital Fashion Designer 

/ Educator

Greetings, as a digital artist, I have a master's degree from Leeds Art University and over 15 years of industry experience as a designer and pattern cutter. When the pandemic hit, I shifted my focus to digital art, which allowed me to explore sustainable solutions and maintain a steady workflow. My transition into this field sparked my interest in 3D tools and digital developments, providing me with creative freedom and the ability to bring previously unthinkable ideas to life in both virtual and real-world environments, without worrying about excess waste.

My work has been showcased in various settings, including static installations, virtual environments, publications and multiple metaverse spaces. I have also participated in Digital Fashion Week New York and London for two consecutive years, where I presented collections and animations. Recently, I was invited to collaborate with Ready Player Me and Digital Fashion Week New York to create a metaverse wearable, which was a remarkable experience and saw me further exhibit as part of Metaverse Fashion Week 2023.

In addition to creating digital immersive art, I am passionate about sharing my knowledge with others and promoting alternative solutions to traditional art forms. I teach at colleges and universities, and I lead a Master's module in Digital Futures at Buckinghamshire New University. Furthermore, I founded a community interest company called Fashion Fusion, which offers funded workshops where participants can create digital art pieces that can remain digital or become physical. My workshops aim to educate participants on sustainable issues and solutions and alternative ways of engaging with art and fashion.



Masters Degree

Digital Fashion
Leeds Art University

Researching digital technologies and the impact on the fashion industry I explored and developed my skills, techniques and media outputs, increased my creative outputs and created work that have been shown on an International scale. 


Post Graduate Diploma

Creative Pattern Cutting
Doncaster College

Recognising a need to upskill I developed my pattern cutting practice to be able to drape and create accurate flat patterns, creating a final collection of dresses that were heavily influenced by the work of Barbara Hepworth.


BA(Hons) Degree

Fashion Design
Salford University

A three year programme that allowed for development of illustration, pattern cutting, design and ideation. During my placement I spent a time at the Couture brand Boudicca gaining incredible insights and experiences and my final collection was shown as part of Graduate Fashion Week.

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