Brigit has been making sets and artworks all her life. Starting out at the age of six she helped make props for amateur dramatic shows that her mum was in. By nine she was helping paint the scenery at the shows and also converting the family greenhouse into a desert island and the attic into outer space. Into her teens she was making costumes and jewellery and styling and making sets for local Oxford theatre companies. These include The Old Fire Station and Pegasus theatre  and doing work experience for local and national designers.

Trained as a product designer she then ran her own design business manufacturing acrylic rings which retailed through 'Octopus' , ICA London and Modern Art Oxford. She then  moved into the field of designing sets for photographic shoots. The work included concept design, art direction,set design, Installations, prop styling and prop making.

Whilst establishing her freelance set design career she also was involved in urban regeneration projects in her local borough of Hackney and across the UK. These included public and environmental arts and architectural and community building development programmes. This involved collaborating and designing with architects, engineers and councils.
She devised and ran workshops teaching art, sculpture, dance, theatre, poetry, video and music. Either individual pieces or community artworks were the results of the collaborations. She still continues to work with community groups, councils and schools. This has included special educational needs, hard to engage young people and autistic children. 
Brigit has also lead self development workshops to help create career opportunities for the unemployed. These workshops were devised by psychologist Estee Zakaim.

Now established as a designer she is keen to help others advance in their careers and offers internships and work experience as well as initiating a design collective in 2010 to help promote young product and furniture designers. 

Brigit has also devised a series of lectures and presentations to help students progress into the industry she works in and has been a visiting lecturer at Plymouth University. 
With an extremely busy working schedule she also volunteers as a ceramic technician at Core Arts which promotes the arts for people experiencing mental health issues.