Olga Gill is a Makeup Artist who works locally and internationally on a range of campaigns and fashion projects.
With over 10 years’ experience she brings her own unique sense of style to every look. Her portfolio consists of advertising campaigns, runway, television, music videos, photographic and editorial work.
Olga has collaborated with leading photographers, hairdressers, makeup artists and stylists. She has a strong work ethic, passion for creativity and has attracted a clientele of prestigious models, celebrities and brands.
Theresa Healey New Zealand actress; Matthew Ridge New Zealand television presenter and former All Black; Colin Mathura-Jeffree model, actor, television host and judge of New Zealand’s Next Top Model; Angela Stone and Gilda Kirkpatrick reality stars from The Real Housewives of Auckland; Chrystal Chenery The Bachelor New Zealand; legendary singer Tina Cross; DJ Duo The Katayanagi Twins; R&B artists Estère, Vince Harder and Stan Walker. Olga has worked with leading businesswomen Elizabeth Barbalich, Antipodes Nature Founder and Vanessa Bennett, Editor of Multimedia Magazines.
Nautica, Macpac, Tous, Glassons, Hallenstein Brothers, Moontide Swimwear, Max, Elle Homme, Intimissima, Koru (NZ), Elka Knitwear, Union Clothing, Hotmilk, Jessica Bridal, Staple + Cloth, McDonalds Textiles
TVC and Advertising
Westfield (Scentre Group), AA Life (Film Construction Group), Target Furniture (Digital Masters), My Kitchen Rules (Jens Hertzum), Mobil (Waitemata Film), Matthew Ridge Car-fe (Rascals), Daylong Sunscreen (Noggin Films), Ponds (Kezia Barnett), Manuka Health (Max Gogol), Adina Apartment Hotel (Goya Studio), Simple White (Ann Orman), Dantes Pizzeria (Max Lemish), Pullman Hotel (Max Lemish)
Ambition (Estere); Rent (Estere); Another Little One (Tina Cross); As the World (Pieter T ft. Vince Harder); Say This with Me (Vince Harder); All My Ladies (Ria); If Tomorrow Never Comes (Swiss ft. Etana)
Panic PR, Deane Apparel, Kat & Co, Multimedia Magazines, Red Carpet NZ
Nurse Me (Short Film / Director: Kezia Barnett ); The Unforgotten Soldiers (An Anzac Tribute by Peter Baker); 800 Words (Australian–New Zealand comedy-drama television series, co-produced by South Pacific Pictures and Seven Productions for the Seven Network); Healthy Eating ( ft. Theresa Healey by Martin Percy); Rotunda (The NZ Dance Company); City of 100 Lovers (Jon Baxter)