Kim Jackson

Prop + Product

Kim Jackson is a creative director, designer, stylist and brand consultant. Kim’s fine tuned attention to detail, style and business skills, combine to offer clients a new outlook with her diverse and refined expertise.

Whilst working in London as a design director with Kelly Hoppen, Kim realized her passion for product development, photography and styling, turning her hand to catalogue design and interior design books (Monochrome Home and Style). She oversaw all magazine editorials, advertising and online campaigns, whilst also directing all creative teams in regard to product design with the company’s licensing partners. This love for design also afforded her the opportunity to lecture for Kelly Hoppen at her bi-yearly master class seminars and at the KLC School of Design in London.

Kim currently resides in Atlanta in the United States where she focuses her time consulting. She travels, throughout the year to Cape Town acting as creative director to the iconic South African brand Carrol Boyes, which caters to 30 retail stores nationally and internationally throughout 52 countries worldwide.

A passion and commitment to social change, Kim designates time pro bono to her family’s philanthropic foundation, Monkeybiz. This environmentally sound, income-generating bead art project, uplifts women and their families in poverty stricken areas of South Africa. Kim’s other cause is Breast Cancer awareness. She has been featured in local newspapers and news channels offering her advice and commitment to promoting early detection which can save lives.

Kim’s clients include: British Airways, Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, Harrods London, Selfridges London, Century Furniture, Marshall Fields in Chicago, Wedgwood, Charbonnel et Walker, Sferra Bros, Kelly Hoppen Interiors, Carrol Boyes Functional Art International, House Beautiful (United States), Elle Deco (United States), Marie Claire (Britain), Tatler (Britain), Vanity Fair (Britain), Elle Deco (Britain and South Africa), Living etc, House and Leisure (South Africa). max