Set Designer Mila Taylor-Young grew up across London, Oslo and Connecticut.
Mila stuided at the University of Glasgow where she read English Literature and Theatre Studies.
Now based in New York City, Mila has developed her own celebrated, deconstructed aesthetic.
She currently creates sets for Teen Vogue, M Le Monde, Purple, W Magazine, Double, AnOther Magazine, Interview, T Magazine, Love, Buffalo Zine, Pop and i-D and commercially works with Barneys, Supreme, Vaquera, Bergdorf Goodman, Club Monaco, Derek Lam, Stuart Weitzman, Brunello Cucinelli, Edun, M.A.C Cosmetics, Estee Lauder and Just Cavalli.
Mila collaborates regularly with Photography's rising talents inclucing: Hanna Moon, Brianna Cappozi, Colin Dodgson, Annemarieke van Drimmelen, Michael Hautpman, Benedict Brink, Tyler Mitchell, Sam Rock, Stas Komarovski, Marton Perlaki and Charlotte Wales.