Émilie Loiseleur runs her independent multimodal design practice from her studio in Mile End, London. With a background in graphic design, she graduated in 2017 from the Royal College of Art with a Masters degree in Information Experience design. Her work spans many disciplines; from spatial design, installation and set design, to printed matter and moving image. She has worked for, and collaborated with, independent fashion labels, museums, choreographers, architects, global brands and schools. She has exhibited at Project Works and Acava Gallery in London, the Hamifal gallery in Jerusalem, Dark Dark wood Theatre in Liverpool and at Sonar+D in Barcelona.

Additionally, and fundamental to her practice is the continuous development of self-initiated, research-led and critically engaged projects with frequent collaborator Grace Crannis. Grounded in the study of the semiotics of space and materials, the projects utilise physical and digital fabrication techniques to explore ways of representing an absence, a mistake, a story about a place that is either nonexistent, overlooked, or somehow inaccessible to outsiders. Together, they have given talks and workshops at the Royal College of Art and London College of Communication.