Fié is an interdisciplinary artist exploring socially engaging practices through participatory practice, wearable art and film. She does participatory interventions in public spaces to change the dynamics of social exchanges. She also designs for theatre and films in costume and set.
Fié has performed and shown her works at Royal Albert Hall, Battersea Arts Centre, Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017, London Design Festival 2016, Field Day 2016, Platform Theatre, Central Saint Martins, Old Trewman Brewery, Camberwell Art Festival, Lethaby Gallery, Apiary Studio, London Canal Festival.
Fié has worked with DISNEY for the creation of a Beauty and the Beast inspired costume, in LUMIERE LONDON 2016 in collaboration with artist Mick Stephenson (project Litre of Light), designed costume for Uchenna Dance’s The Headwrap Diaries at The Place, London, set for The Breaks In You And I at The Hope Theatre, assisted in KARAGULA (Pigdog in association with SOHO Theatre), The Complete Deaths (Spymonkey), Radioman (Old Red Lion Pub theatre), Taming of the Shrew (Above the Arts theatre), After Independence (Arcola Theatre), Nutcracker (Pleasance theatre), Halloween Short Film Festival (Studio film school), Jack Irving’s costumes (Berlin Alternative fashion week 2016), Thérèse Raquin (Drama Centre London), Brave New World (Drama Centre London; touring to Moscow). She has performed at Platform Theatre, Central Saint Martins.
She is currently studying at Central Saint Martins and has obtained a certificate of higher education at London College of Fashion.