Who We Are
The FeelFree Company is a Set building, Decor & Creative company, created by lead artist Lizy Bending.
With over 5 years experience in the industry working privately and commercially for festivals and events on an international level.
Lizy is a set builder, scenic painter and decor artist. Creating original works of art, stage designs and set building for immersive events and parties. Lizy has a First Class BA Hons in fine art and has since gone on to complete her full IPAF Cherry Picker licence.
What We Do
We have a wide range of skilful freelancers that can be assembled depending on the needs of each event and client. On our books we have scenic painters, carpenters, set builders, set dressers, prop makers, lycra artists, metal workers, plasterers and a large team of labourers happy to help with the rigging, heavy lifting and pack down of any event.
Under the art direction of Lizy Bending, the team can be assembled to fulfil individual needs for an immersive event, oversee the construction of large set builds or work on a smaller scale privately as an artist or for a domestic environment.
Noisily Festival of Music & Arts - Chou Rouge Creative - Warm Up Festival - Gala Festival - Rule One Productions - Percolate - Glastonbury Festival - Harvey Nichols - Meadows in the Mountains - Scene2 - Tribal Gathering - Brandfuel - Liberty London - The World Economic Forum - Mary Shelley's House of Frankenstein - Cirque Du Soul - Set Creative - Funicular Productions - Google - Gay Times Music Awards - OMG It's the Church - Nicce - Boomtown Fair - Secret Garden Party - Labyrinth - Secret Sundays - Field Maneruvers Festival - Aespia Festival - Aespia School of Art - Stour Space - Lattitude Festival - Bestival - Brain Child Festival - Gottwood Festival - Trevor Price Artist - Mary Bansom Artist - Artshead - East London Printmakers - Tate Exchange - The James Hockey Gallery - The Lightbox Gallery - The Different Gallery - Peckham Levels - Rare birds - Electrify Worldwide - Bearded Buttler - The Affordable Art Fair - Oxford Arts Week