Brook Perdigon Textiles

Collaborated with the designer to re-imagine the presentation of her textiles in conjunction with the launch of a new line. Conducted art-historical research and presented reference images, constructed props and sculptural elements, selected the photographer, and art directed the final photo shoot.

Photos by Aaron Farley


Rebecca Pappas

Creative direction for PARADE 2017:Garfield Park—an outdoor performance inspired by dance history, community resistance, and the joyful pageantry of American parades. Worked in collaboration with choreographer Rebecca Pappas, designer Joy Havens, and NoExit Performance to conceptualize the performance, develop characters, design and fabricate costumes and props.

Photos by Charles Borowicz


Elliott Hundley Studio

Worked closely with artist Elliott Hundley and team on production of his large-scale sculpture Mask. Sourced materials, created prototypes, devised construction methods, and fabricated final “skull” form in extruded-plastic tubing.

Photos by Brian Forrest
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Julian Hoeber

Worked with the artist to create a pair of two fully-lined and illuminated ponchos that transform into the artist’s wearable sculpture Reading Room. Sourced reflective fabric and ripstop nylon materials, then working from the artist’s pattern, constructed hand-sewn pieces that included LED lighting and insertion points for tent frame elements.

Photos by Heather Rasmussen


Kelly Nipper

Costume consultant for artist Kelly Nipper on her project Tessa Pattern Takes a Picture, 2013; a commission by the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Sourced textiles and oversaw fabrication including dyeing and custom tailoring of dance leotards. Worked in collaboration with the artist to develop and hand construct pleated bodices that replicated the form of a camera baffle.

Photos by  Pierce Jackson


Rebecca Pappas

Costume consultant for dancer and choreographer Rebecca Pappas. Advised on textile selections, conceptual design, fit, and fabrication of costumes for three dancers. Created a draping technique that gave each garment  a unique form that moved with the bodies of the dancers. These costumes were made from materials used in the project’s set design, creating a harmony between the stage and the dancers.

Photos by  Steve Gunther ©CalArts


Julian Hoeber

Worked with the artist to create dresses and bedding  based on color motifs found in his paintings. Sourced materials, worked with a dye house to produce custom textiles, created patterns, and constructed hand-sewn pieces for exhibition and wearing.

Photos by Heather Rasmussen


John Knuth

Consulted with the artist on fabrication of sandbags made from fire blankets. Produced initial sample bags with a focus on engineering and scaling up for production. Created a construction guide and connected the artist with local fabricators for large scale production.

Photos by  John Knuth


Jason Rhoades Estate

Re-constructed fabric elements in felt, suede, and satin for an edition of 1:12 Perfect World, by Jason Rhoades. Sourced all materials to match pieces originally produced in 2000. Made patterns and lead a team of seamstresses in fabricating sixty individual elements from the installation.

Photos by Peter Mallet


Marnie Weber

Worked closely with the artist on research and design of costumes based on Weber’s characters. Sourced textiles, constructed patterns, fabricated costumes, and did on-set styling of performers for photo, film, and live shows. 

Photos by Marnie Weber


Jim Shaw

Worked closely with the artist to design and fabricate costumes for a group of nine dancers in Shaw’s 2009 film The Whole.  Sourced textiles, developed and painted embellishments on costumes using both stenciled and freehand techniques.

Photos by  Jim Shaw


Liz Larner

Textile fabrication and sewing for the artist’s 2005 sculpture RWB. Devised construction methods for multiple patterns and lead a team of seamstresses in the production of individual elements. Sourced textiles and executed the design according to the artist’s specifications.

Photos courtesy of SFMOMA



Gap, Inc. | New York, NY

Worked in collaboration with babyGap and Gap Kids design teams to advise, research, and develop embellishment concepts. Hand-embroidered, crocheted, beaded, quilted, dyed, and constructed sample garments for seasonal presentations. Worked with trend specialist and designers on concepts for textile-based graphics.

Photos by  Jill Spector


Graj & Gustavsen

Concept and trend developer in the apparel and home decor industry. Worked as part of a team that conceptualized and produced strategic re-branding presentations. Developed and fabricated sample garments and soft goods for proposed product lines. Clients included Oshkosh B’gosh, Stride Rite, and Cannon Home

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