I'm a creative to the core, a visionary and a complete romanticist.
I'm a deep thinker, I see the beauty in the world all around me and want to help others see it too.
Nuala Campbell, a Professional Hair and Makeup Designer and founder of Titanic FX.
Following on from a freelance career of 15 years as a Fashion, Beauty & SFX Makeup Artist, Nuala has worked on some of the greatest Fashion week shows in the likes of London, Milan, Tokyo and Paris and been published in many different magazine including Vogue.
In 2014, Nuala started a new journey opening Titanic Creative, Northern Ireland's leading training academy for Prosthetics, SFX Makeup, Props & Wig Making. It is also Northern Ireland's only ‘Not-for-profit’ Training Academy for Artists working in TV, Film & Theatre.
Nuala has been working with Theatrical companies not only across Belfast and Northern Ireland, but also throughout the Republic of Ireland and the UK. With companies such as Northern Ireland Opera, Lyric Theatre Belfast, Grand Opera House, Theatre at the Mill, Cahoots, and many more.
Recent Theatre Productions include Into the Woods, This Sh*t happens all the time, La Boheme, Old Friends & Other Days, Rough Girls, Sadie, Kiss me Kate, Playboy of the Western World, Peter Pan, Driving Home for Christmas, A Street Car Named Desire, Good Vibrations, Shirley Valentine, Street Car Named Desire, 39 Steps, Sweeney Todd, 3 Penny Opera, Don Giovanni, Turandot, The Importance of being Earnest, The Little Prince, Jungle Book.
In 2016, Nuala went on to create a retail company called Titanic FX which not only imports and exports a range of professional Makeup effects products but has gone on to manufacture and export her own products around the world to the film and makeup industries.
Nuala Campbell has been working hard to develop materials for the TV and Film Industry from the company began. Her idea has been to develop materials which are environmental and animal friendly, but will surpass the performance of their predecessors.
She is leading the way in product development which not only influences the Special Effects Industries for TV, Film and Theatre, but also in creating a level of realism in medical training which has not been seen before. Through her research and development the past two years, Nuala now works 1 to 1 with companies to develop specific materials and products which will raise the standard of medical care and see the level of cancer treatments for patients become a safer place with less damaging side effects.
Nuala has managed to create a business which not only changes the way we look at our screens and stages, but has helped to create a safer medical environment as a whole right from the start of Doctor and Nurse training.
With numerous Business Awards under her belt such as, Winner of the Belfast Chamber of Commerce Award and the Aer Lingus Viscount Awards in the prestigious Pall Mall, Nuala went on to be voted one of Northern Ireland's Most Inspirational Women and one of Northern Ireland’s Top 40 under 40 business people by Business First Magazine.
In 2018, Nuala was invited as only of the only creative industry businesses to showcase her work to His Royal Highness The Duke and Duchess of Sussex on their first Royal Visit to Northern Ireland. The reactions of the Harry & Meghan to the products which Nuala has development created a media storm with images going viral around the world. The Duchess of Sussex was enthused by the dedication Nuala has to reduce the environment impact the Television industry has on our planet agreeing that “it was of the utmost importance”.
Since the Royal visit, Nuala has been in demand and working across even more industries. Her knowledge, enthusiasm and sheer determination is making ground-breaking discoveries for companies, not only in Northern Ireland but around the world.