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BY LYNN NOTTAGE

Director - Patricia Logue
Costume design - Aiden Biddiscombe
Set design - Emily Warman
Photography - Kirsten McTernan

On this production, the character of Jason needed to have a black eye and face tattoos that could be removed and reapplied quickly during quick changes. 

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RED VELVET

By Lolita Chakrabarti

Director - Robin Belfield
Hair and Make-up Designer - Sabirin Osman
Photography - Kirsten McTernan

As the costume designer for Red Velvet, I also designed the Hair and Make-Up for all the characters. As Red Velvet is set in the 1830s and 1860s, I wanted to make sure alongside these period-accurate costumes, that the hairstyles for both the men and women also matched. 

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MINUTES SHORT FILM

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Staring @elladacres & @potterell
Directed by @dobbyd & @alixeve
Written by @alixeve@dobbyd@elladacres & @potterell

Production & Costume Design @emelineberoud
Produced by @alixeve
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On this production, I was also brought in to do hair and makeup. The biggest challenge was making sure across a 3-day long shoot, we created 2 years' worth of hairstyles as the film follows a couple's journey over a two year period.