A graduate costume maker having completed a three-year degree in costume construction. Able working from concept to finished costume including...

In my version of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe the Dryad acts as the narrator to help communicate the story to the audience. Part way through the performance her costume transforms from a brown and grey dead tree to a beautiful flowing green tree. The brown dress has been decorated by a custom screen print. One of the screen prints is designed to look like a tree bark and the screen print on the skirt is designed to look like branches.

The green dress uses a wide range of different fabrics combined together to create a very textured organic shape. This costume involved a lot of creative pattern cutting to get the intricate shaping on the bodice.

For my Royal Opera House prize entry, I decided that I wanted to make a ballet costume for Alice. I chose to make a romantic tutu using a gradient of blue netting going from light blue to dark blue. The concept of this costume draws information from my previous experience within art and design as well as taking influence from the animated scene from Mary Poppins returns.

This costume has been drawn on and shaded to look like a drawn 2D illustration. I made a basic tutu bodice and a plate, and I hand painted the design onto it to make it look like it had been drawn on. Everything on the tutu has been painted on except the buttons that I made using resin.

The purpose of this project was to pick a piece of art and make a costume that reflects that image. I decided that I wanted to make my costume as close to the reference as possible. The red portion of this costume is heavily based off of a martial arts gi. I decided to use those construction techniques in making this costume.

I chose to use a gold leatherette for the hairpiece, the belt, the centre front decoration, and the shoes to keep the colour consistent throughout the entire costume. I also made shoe covers to go with the costume to match my reference image.

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In my version of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe the Dryad acts as the narrator to help communicate the story to the audience. Part way through the performance her costume transforms from a brown and grey dead tree to a beautiful flowing green tree. The brown dress has been decorated by a custom screen print. One of the screen prints is designed to look like a tree bark and the screen print on the skirt is designed to look like branches.

The green dress uses a wide range of different fabrics combined together to create a very textured organic shape. This costume involved a lot of creative pattern cutting to get the intricate shaping on the bodice.

For my Royal Opera House prize entry, I decided that I wanted to make a ballet costume for Alice. I chose to make a romantic tutu using a gradient of blue netting going from light blue to dark blue. The concept of this costume draws information from my previous experience within art and design as well as taking influence from the animated scene from Mary Poppins returns.

This costume has been drawn on and shaded to look like a drawn 2D illustration. I made a basic tutu bodice and a plate, and I hand painted the design onto it to make it look like it had been drawn on. Everything on the tutu has been painted on except the buttons that I made using resin.

The purpose of this project was to pick a piece of art and make a costume that reflects that image. I decided that I wanted to make my costume as close to the reference as possible. The red portion of this costume is heavily based off of a martial arts gi. I decided to use those construction techniques in making this costume.

I chose to use a gold leatherette for the hairpiece, the belt, the centre front decoration, and the shoes to keep the colour consistent throughout the entire costume. I also made shoe covers to go with the costume to match my reference image.

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