Rebecca Hadfield




Rebecca’s passion has always been to work in the arts – and especially in film and television. She trained at the prestigious Christine Blundell makeup academy in 2013/14 in hair and makeup for screen and stage, prosthetics, barbering, aging makeup, fashion, wigs and facial hair, as well as many other disciplines. Rebecca is an emerging designer and an experienced supervisor and artist who has worked primarily on the main team.  She is creative, has great management and budgeting skills and is knowledgeable of historical hair and makeup. She has developed her skillset by working across a range of media – which include film and television, as well as fashion, red carpet/celebrity, theatre, corporate and commercial. 

Rebecca is a seasoned professional, working on some of the biggest and highly acclaimed films and TV shows of the past few years including ‘How to Date Billy Walsh’, ‘Robin and the Hoods’, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, ‘Anansi Boys’ and ‘I May Destroy You’, to name but a few. She prides herself on being a highly adaptable artist who can think on her feet and step up to pretty much any type of brief. She truly believes that hair and makeup contributes to the storytelling of every production.