A bit about me
UX design for multi-faceted problems
I bring a unique perspective to UX design — one that’s rooted in solving complex problems for film and television.
As a costumer in the entertainment industry, every day was a different challenge — from balancing tight deadlines, million-dollar budgets, to the numerous technical limitations, and working with hundreds of new faces per project. This environment helped me devise systems that simplified the work, schedules, and tasks for some of the biggest projects on film and TV — Boardwalk Empire, Vinyl, Madonna: Sweet & Sticky Tour, and more.
In addition, helping actors dress for their roles gave me a sense of not just what it’s like to step into someone else’s shoes, but how to make them feel comfortable in them. I was known for my ability to make performers feel calm under high pressure so they could focus on their craft.
All of this helped me develop the foundation for who I am today — someone who loves to create intuitive products that are inspired by human truths tailored to simplify everyday challenges, no matter the industry.
Film & Television
Costume Supervisor for HBO's Vinyl Pilot
Directed by Oscar Winner: Martin Scorsese
Costume Design by Oscar Winner: Mark Bridges
Costume Supervisor for Netflix's The Get Down
Directed by Oscar Winner: Baz Luhrmann
Costume Design by Oscar Winner: Catherine Martin