Costume Design Portfolio (Film/TV)

Costume Design (Film/TV)

Costume Design is a field I’m so fascinated by and interested in. Thanks to student film sets I’ve gotten to design, construct, and source some wonderful costumes for incredible projects. If you want information about any of the projects or are looking for a designer yourself don’t hesitate to reach out.

Carly Dolls (2022)

“When Carly — a naive, homeschooled fourteen-year-old — is forced to face the treacherous waters of public high school, she turns to her beloved dolls for comfort and advice. Sprung from Carly’s own vivid imagination and taking the form of lifesize “friends,” they guide Carly through the ups and downs of growing up, fitting in, and figuring herself (and her sexuality) out.” (Prod. Belle Hermelin, Dir. Maudie Schmidt & Jaxson Power-Thornton, Written by Lindsay Newland). This is my favorite project I have ever worked on. Tireless and stressful, but worth every moment.

Falling (2022)

“A young girl who has been wrongly admitted to a psychological hospital will do anything in her power to get to the man of her dreams – the new head of the intensive psychiatric wing. Falling is a dark comedy about first loves and overcoming life’s adversities. An origin story about self-preservation in a world where everything seems to be fighting against you.” (Prod. Bianca Roth, Van Baumann, Dir. Mark Arditi, Written by Vivian Geilim). This project is still in post-production so all I have are some BTS, but color was so fun with this one.

Here Lies Amy (2021)

“After the passing of his wife Amy, Arnie Fitcher has formed an unhealthy attachment to a fake skeleton. When he meets Helen, another professor at his school, Arnie starts to doubt his fantasy. But before Arnie gets the chance to connect with Helen, he is immediately sucked back into the illusion of Amy by a lone CPR dummy.” (Prod. Jacy Sagun, Dir. Riley Thomas Stewart, Written by Andrew Patterson). There wasn’t much work to this project on my end, but it turned out so wonderful. These photos also are not color corrected so apologies for the dullness.

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