Nicoline Refsing

Nicoline Refsing specialises in designing, creative directing and delivering high-end shows, tours and performances with a strong visual identity across the entertainment industry both in the UK and internationally.

In her work, Nicoline focuses on merging the brand of the artist or the show with the design to create a complete brand experience.

Nicoline has worked with many of the best creative people and specialised technical teams in the industry globally. She has a broad skill set to meet the ever-increasing expectations for unique and visually strong shows.

Most recently, Nicoline has designed The National Television Awards 2012, directed, creative directed and designed Professor Green and Emeli Sande performances on X-Factor and Mobo Awards 2011 and designed and creative directed The National Movie Awards 2011.

Over the years, Nicoline has worked on designs for some of the most successful artists, TV-shows and brands in the world including:
•The Rolling Stones
•Take That
•Robbie Williams
•Michael Buble
•Cirque du Soleil – “Viva Elvis” & “BeLIEve” in Las Vegas
•East Asia Games opening ceremony
•Universal Studio Japan “Fantastic World”
•Disneyland Hong Kong opening show

Nicoline has also worked on numerous live TV shows for:
•MTV: EMA, VMA, Movie Awards
•VH1 Guy’s Choice, Save the Music, Big during XX
•ITV: The National Television Awards, The National Movie Awards and The Brit Awards and has in this connection designed sets for:
•Amy Winehouse, Cheryl Cole, Coldplay, Duffy, Florence & Dizzee Rascal, Girls Aloud, Kings of Leon, Kylie Minogue, Lily Allen, Mark Ronson, Rihanna, Snow Patrol, The Killers, Take That amongst others.

Nicoline Refsing worked for the Mark Fisher Studio Limited / Stufish as a Design Assistant from March 2005 to March 2011. From 2007 onwards she acted as Art Director in the delivery of several TV shows, as Associate Designer on several shows, as Designer of record for several TV shows and small arena rock shows, and as Creative director and brand advisor on The National Television Awards 2011.

Six years of working for Mark Fisher at Stufish has given Nicoline great experience in dealing with some of the world’s largest productions. In March 2011, she opened Rockart Design Limited, which has enabled her to work even closer with artists and shows on the design, as well as the creative direction, show direction and brand development.

Nicoline has a master’s degree in Spatial Design specialising in Production Design from The Danish Design School in 2001. The Danish Design School is a part of The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and considered one of the top art schools in Denmark with a good international reputation for Danish Design. As a part of the degree Nicoline studied in Japan at Nagoya University of Art and Design. In 2004 and 2005 Nicoline received grants from the Danish State Art Foundation honouring her artistic talent.





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