Lady Lloyd made his catwalk debut opening and closing Vivienne Westwood’s London Fashion Week Womenswear show - breaking the gender binary long before it was commonplace & was the face of her international advertising campaign, both mens & womenswear. Magazine appearances include editorial features for Vogue, i:D, Dazed and Confused, Flux, LuLu, GQ Style and many more. He was named Vivienne's 'Model Of The Season' in i:D and Andreas Kronthaler's 'Style Icon' in a AnotherMan editorial profile.
He has been photographed by the worlds top fashion photographers including Juergen Teller for Vivienne's advertising campaigns and Nick Knight for i:D magazine's '100 Fashion Faces' issue. A nude portrait by David Bailey appeared in industry leading magazine Ponystep.
Ponystep also recently ran an 8 page story focusing on Lloyd's drag history and upcoming album, with a collection of photos of Lloyd in the iconic area of Soho, where he lives and works.
Recently awarded Gay Times Magazine 'Best DJ' award Lloyd has been by far the most popular Pop DJ on the scene for almost 20 years. Internationally touring extensively with Ke$ha for her 'Get Sleazy' world tour, ending with shows at Shepherds Bush Empire, Earls Court Arena, Glastonbury and Capital FM's Summertime Ball at Wembley Stadium.
Lady Lloyd currently runs popular weekly nightclub BOMBSHELL! A safe space for guests across the whole gender spectrum and beyond, as well as cabaret club ‘Man! I Feel Like A Woman!’ at iconic Soho venue KU.
Current and past residences include legendary London nightclubs such as The RVT, Rupert St, The Clapham Grand, The Village, Heaven, Maya, Whisky Mist, Soho Revue Bar, Madam JoJos, Freedom, Ghetto and more. Lady Lloyd has shaped the sound of Soho.
Lloyd has also written and released 5 singles in collaboration with Boy George with an album to follow. The latest single 'Just Another' was accompanied by a video directed by William Baker. All are available on your favourite streaming platforms.
As well as guest appearances on a number of top TV shows, Lady Lloyd was one of the main characters on popular TV series ‘Drag Queens of London’, which has been broadcast in over 15 countries.