After taking a rather unconventional route into styling via architecture, modelling, and fashion design, Sundal has now establishing herself as the go-to stylist for a classic, pared-back yet directional aesthetic.

Showing early promise after her first ever styling project (a self-styled lingerie story went viral on tumblr and numerous other platforms), her lingerie work has since been snapped up by publications such as Kaltblut magazine, SideView and lingerie publication Nineteen13.

Nearly a decade in front of the lens has been a remarkable education for this up-and-coming stylist. She has since gone on to hone her art direction for womenswear and menswear projects, drawing heavily upon her background in architecture and love of 20th century design. In addition to models, she has also styled children for clients such as BHS as well as ‘real people’ for family and corporate portraits as well as her individual personal styling clients.