I am a costume designer for film, television and theatre. I have worked on many productions mainly in the UK. But I have also worked abroad including in Jamaica, Spain, France, Croatia, Canada, The Canary Islands and Italy, filming.
This website is an example of some of the work I’ve done, but not all. Please click on the photos in the CV page to see more
Should you require further details please take a look at my CV and also my about page, or contact me or my agent using the contact form.
Hey good people, My friend Joe Sims is launching a really lovely scheme where 500 people give £1 a week and EVERY WEEK they use the £500 towards a good cause of our choice. I am one of the administrators of this scheme and can add you to the page if you would like to join. If you sign up to give your £1, you are able to nominate who the £500 might go to, so you can help support causes that are important to you. The causes can be anything from an individual in need to a charity or an organisation and they roll over each week. If you want to get involved, please just send me a message and I will get in touch via direct message with the details on how to set up your direct debit and invite you to the group where you can hear about the weekly good causes. Hurry because the first week is next week. Lets do something good and nice once a week. Please help if you can. Ray.
From BAFTA and Primetime Emmy award-winning writer Abi Morgan (River, Suffragette, The Hour) and BAFTA winning executive producer Jane Featherstone (Broadchurch, River, Humans) comes The Split, a new original drama series for BBC ONE produced by Sister Pictures. The Split examines the fast paced circuit of high-powered female divorce lawyers through the lens of three sisters – Hannah, Nina and the youngest, Rose. Hannah and Nina are leading divorce and family law lawyers working for rival firms, whilst Rose is still searching for her place in life. Creator and writer Abi Morgan said: “As Robin Williams once said ‘Divorce is expensive…Like ripping your heart out through your wallet.’ The Split exposes the complex realities of high end divorce and broken marriage through female divorce lawyers and sisters embattled and bound by their own troubled past. I am delighted to be working with the aptly named Sister Pictures, continuing the creative partnership Jane Featherstone and I built together on Tsunami, The Hour and River. I can’t think of a better home for it than with Charlotte Moore and Lucy Richer and am delighted to bring this lively and unseen world to the BBC.” The Split is set in London, the divorce capital of the world, where competition for clients is fierce. Over the course of the series personal and professional lives intertwine as we encounter a surprising array of cases, scandalous affairs and big figure settlements in a drama that examines the very fabric of 21st century marriage, the meaning of commitment and the nature of the ever-changing idea of family. Jane Featherstone, Executive Producer and Founder of Sister Pictures, said: “I couldn’t be happier that Sister Pictures’ first green-light is a fabulous Abi Morgan series […]
I can only offer work placements or experience or training through the production company I am working with at the time. I am currently designing Liar for the Williams Brothers on ITV. I cannot offer any trainee positions or work experience at the moment.