Born in London, Rebecca Wordingham grew up surrounded by creativity: her mother was a BAFTA-winning makeup artist and her father an executive producer for TV commercials. After studying Photographic Arts at Westminster University, Rebecca decided to pursue a career in makeup, assisting Lucia Pieroni, Thomas De Kluyver & Maki Ryoke before going freelance in 2014.
Rebecca’s meticulous approach to skin, her eye for colour and an encyclopaedic knowledge of skincare and cosmetics have since earned her a loyal client base across commercial, editorial, catwalk and red carpet projects. Her commercial clients include Zara, Arket, COS, Chanel, Selfridges, Browns, Uniqlo, Ralph Lauren and Swarovski and her work has featured in editorial titles such as Document Journal, i-D, Dazed, Self Service, The Gentlewoman and Vogue.
Alongside her session work, Rebecca has hosted masterclasses for beauty brands such as Chanel Beauty and Bioderma. She is also the Beauty Editor for Moodboard Magazine and Creative Director of the renowned London School of Media Makeup.