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Video via the Victoria & Albert Museum. 

Hollywood Costume

Victoria and Albert Museum, London (2012-2015)

Senior Guest Curator

This ground-breaking exhibition included over 100 of the most iconic and unforgettable film characters from a century of Hollywood filmmaking, 1912–2012. With exhibition designers including Squint Opera and Casson Mann, the galleries showcased the costume designer's creative process through innovative and immersive displays.


The 2013–15 exhibition tour included the Australian Center for the Moving Image in Melbourne, The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, the Phoenix Art Museum in Arizona, and an expanded version of the exhibition at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Los Angeles, California.

Dressed in Technicolor: The Costumes

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Los Angeles  (2009)


After a series of technological breakthroughs, Technicolor’s three-strip process finally ushered in a series of changes that would alter almost everything about filmmaking. “Dressed in Technicolor: The Costumes” critically examined the important aspects of costume design for Technicolor and included costumes from a variety of classic Technicolor films.


50 Designers/50 Costumes: Concept to Character

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Los Angeles  (2004)


“50 Designers/50 Costumes: Concept to Character” at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Grand Lobby and Fourth Floor galleries illuminated the costume designer’s process. Featuring 50 original costumes and costume sketches selected by the exhibiting designers.

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