Adele Fitzgerald

Hidden Creatives: Adele Fitzgerald

Published: 24 November 2022
Filed under: Arts and culture

Hidden Creatives is a portrait exhibition which explores the creative diversity in the Blackhorse Lane Creative Enterprise Zone (CEZ) (Link to CEZ page). For this project photographer, Andy Donohoe was tasked with exploring the different corners of the district to find creatives which demonstrated the broad mix of practices and technical backgrounds. The images have been printed in large format and have been exhibited throughout the CEZ in public places. 

Adele Fitzgerald: Wagland Textiles. Use google maps to find where the portrait is located

My grandad worked in the textile industry and took me to talks and trade shows when I was younger so I think this had an impact on why I wanted to work in the industry. I was always more on the creative side so decided to take Graphic Design as a GCSE and then proceeded to BTEC Art and Design at A Levels. I later went on to study Textiles in Practice at the Manchester School of Art and initially specialised in Embroidery. It was only until mid-way through my second year that my love for print and pattern grew and I haven't looked back since