Bianca Christoff has over fifteen years experience in the styling industry, working as a stylist on projects ranging from fashion editorial, advertising and television through to look books.
With qualifications as a visual merchandiser and involvement in interior design, Bianca has a complete understanding of the styling industry.
Bianca has worked with clients including Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, Project Runway Australia, Australian Fashion Guide, Myer, Roger David, De Bortoli wine, Network Ten’s Masterchef, Interflora, Arcadia Tea, The Arts Centre, Fremantle Media and ANZ Bank. And her work has been featured in numerous publications both nationally and internationally.
Bianca has both designed and taught course content on styling to students at RMIT, the Holmes Institute and Melbourne Polytechnic.
learned a lot of things about styling food. How to plate the food, how to show the colours etc. The tips and tricks that goes about styling food, some mind blowing things, that i would not have believed before, so I urge anybody who loves to post their food do this course, money well spent. And as for Bianca, the teacher, she was so eager to teach, full of energy, running from one student to the other, helping everyone equally and with so much love and kindness. She welcomed everyone and it was a very friendly and fun environment to learn. The class size was small so that's also a plus. I enjoyed it thoroughly.
There were so many components of design and food styling covered in the course. Have me a really great insight into the industry and super useful tips to put into practice. The theory and hands on components were equally fulfilling and I'd recommend the course to anyone wanting first class support from an industry expert.
I really enjoyed the course and it really did exceed my expectations. I found week one of Theory really interesting and definitely helped for the second week. Absolutely LOVED the practical side of the course, I could not get enough! I would recommend this course anyone with an interest in styling.