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Designing Hollywood Podcast Show

Designing Hollywood Podcast is dedicated to "All Things Movies' and all film industry professionals! Created & Founded By Designing Hollywood LLC High profile host's and guest's from costume designers, directors, producers, writers, actors & agents in the industry! Excited to be bringing you some fascinating (Q&A) behind the scenes stories and informative educational episodes! Designing Hollywood collaboration with Costume Designer Marilyn Vance. Marilyn's award winning costume designs have appeared in over 62 feature films, television films and mini-series. Vance set the trends of the time with her character designed portrayals in iconic films such as Fast Times at Ridgemont High, The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Pretty in Pink and Pretty Woman. Marilyn was also the first female to costume design for the action genre, designing costumes for iconic action blockbusters like 48 hours, Die Hard 1 & 2, The Untouchables, Predator 1 & 2, Time Cop & Road House. Host Robert Meyer Burnett is an American filmmaker, DVD producer and, online film pundit and YouTuber. Burnett directed Free Enterprise and the short film The Sacred Fire. He has also edited over 10 feature films, and worked as a Star Trek consultant for Viacom Interactive and Paramount Parks' Star Trek: The Experience located at the Las Vegas Hilton. Burnett has twice been a guest of honor at the science, science fiction, and fantasy convention, convergence. Host concept artist Phillip Boutte Jr. Phillip is known for his work as assistant costume designer for Mattel and Netflix’s upcoming “Masters of the Universe,” has also worked tirelessly for well over a decade to establish himself as a concept artist whom costume designers and studios are eager to work with. With credits such as “Black Panther,” “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “Captain Marvel,” to name just three, Boutte has become one of the few people of color in a field in which directors and star talent can step in and make a difference by championing inclusion. Boutte recently worked on “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil,” with costume designer Ellen Mirojnick tapping him for concept art. Founder CEO/Producer Martika Ibarra & The Designing Hollywood Team Subscribe to Designing Hollywood Podcast for weekly episodes! Find Us On Youtube Channel, Spotify, Itunes, Deezer & Stitcher! Also on Facebook & Instagram under Designing Hollywood Founded in May 2020 By Designing Hollywood LLC


Pulp Fiction, Jerry MaGuire Costume Designer Betsy Heimann
Betsy Heimann designed the Academy Award winning GREEN BOOK starring Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali and MARLOWE, a 1930’s noir film coming later this year starring Diane Krueger and Liam Neeson. She is also the designer of the Netflix limited series, GODLESS, directed by Scott Frank. Betsy has also been the costume designer on a number of memorable movies. Her work as costume designer on Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction was widely acclaimed. Heimann was a Costume Designers Guild Award nominee for her work on writer/director Cameron Crowe’s ALMOST FAMOUS, starring Kate Hudson. Her otherfeatures with Mr. Crowe have included VANILLA SKY and JERRY MAGUIRE, starring Tom Cruise and Academy Award winner Cuba Gooding Jr. She was the costume designer on Steven Soderbergh’s OUT of SIGHT, starring George Clooney and Jennifer Lopez, which was one of her many projects with producer Stacey Sher; others have included GET SHORTY, directed by Barry Sonnenfeld. Most recently Betsy designed HERETIC with Stacey producing, starring Hugh Grant and directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods to be released in 2024. Link:
72:29 3/14/24
Logan, Jurassic World Costume Designer Daniel Orlandi
Daniel Orlandi returns to Designing Hollywood Show to dedicate an all new episode to Jurassic World sponsored by Universal Studios Costume Department! Daniel’s is best known for his designs in a wide variety of films such as: Saving Mr. Banks, The Blind Side, Trumbo, Cinderella Man, Ford Vs Ferrari, Jurassic World, Logan, Dark Phoenix & The Davinci Code. He has been nominated for several costume awards including a BAFTA, an Emmy, and a Costume Designers Guild Award for Excellence in a Period Film.
37:52 2/19/24
Hunger Games Costume Designer Trish Summerville
Costume Designer Trish Summerville, who dressed the stylish ‘Hunger Games’ sequel ‘Catching Fire,’ returns in fiery fashion for the prequel The Hunger Games Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes! Trish Summerville is known for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013), The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011) and The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds (2023) Conducting this new Designing Hollywood episode is producer/host of Designing Hollywood Phillip Boutté Jr Sponsored by Eastern Costume
87:15 2/13/24
Pitch Perfect, Men of Honor, Veronica Mars Costume Designer Salvador Perez
Salvador Perez has designed for many TV series, Perez has taken his experience and applied it to creating characters on projects as diverse as the hit TV series The Mindy Project, where he earned an Emmy nomination for costume design, Castle, Veronica Mars, the Hulu series Four Weddings and a Funeral, Netflix’s Never Have I Ever and feature films like Pitch Perfect 1, 2 & 3, Think Like a Man 1 & 2, Men of Honor, Drumline, Goosebumps 2 andSenior Year. Perez’s approach is highly detailed and considers every aspect of a character’s personality while telling the story through costume. Knowing how clothes should fit and be made, he has a unique ability to fit and tailor clothes to make actors look their best. He brings his love for his art with him to every fitting, every shopping trip, and every day on set.
61:32 2/8/24
Dune 2, Killers of the Flower Moon Costume Designer Jaquelin West
Costume Designer Jaqueline West Nominated for her work in Killers of The Flower Moon returns to Designing Hollywood Show with your host Phillip Boutté Jr! Jacqueline West is one of Hollywood’s most respected costume designers with four Oscar nominations for Philip Kaufmann’s Quills, David Fincher’s The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button, Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s The Revenant and Denis Villeneuve’s Dune. She is also Terrence Malick’s go-to costume designer, after a recommendation from his long-time production designer Jack Fisk, working with him on The New World, The Tree of Life, To the Wonder and Knight of Cups, while other credits include Stephen Norrington’s The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Ben Affleck’s Argo and Martin Scorsese’s upcoming Killers Of The Flower Moon. Thank you to our sponsor Costume Rental Corporation
51:02 2/8/24
Oppenheimer, The Greatest Showman, Costume Designer Ellen Mirojnick
Ellen Mirojnick (born 7 July 1949 in New York City) is an American costume designer. She is a frequent collaborator of actor Michael Douglas, having overseen the costume design for the films Fatal Attraction(1987), Wall Street (1987), Basic Instinct (1992), A Perfect Murder (1998), Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010) and Behind the Candelabra (2013). The wardrobe which she created for the character of Gordon Gekko inspired a fashion trend in the late 1980s and early 1990s for boldly patterned ties, sleek suits, crisp white shirts, and colorful suspenders in men's business wear. She has also been a frequent collaborator of directors Jan de Bont and Paul Verhoeven, acting as costume designer on de Bont's films Speed (1994), Twister (1996) and The Haunting (1999), as well as Verhoeven's films Basic Instinct (1992), Showgirls (1995), Starship Troopers (1997) and Hollow Man (2000). She won an Emmy and a Costume Designers Guild Award in 2013 for her work on the Liberace biopic Behind the Candelabra. In 2016 she was given the Career Achievement Award by the Costume Designers Guild. In 2017 she gained further praise for her work on The Greatest Showman, which garnered her a further nomination for Excellence in Period Film with the Costume Designers Guild. Sharon Stone has praised her experience with Mirojnick on Basic Instinct: “I don’t think I had any idea, really, that I could look so great. Then I was like, "‘Oh, I could look like that all the time. Maybe I should get with it.’" Ellen really taught me how to feel empowered like the character I was playing.”
77:31 1/21/24
Dune Part 2, The Batman, Academy Award-Winning Cinematographer Greig Fraser
Greig Fraser, ACS, ASC, (born 3 October 1975) is an Australian cinematographer who studied at the RMIT University. His most well-known work includes the films Zero Dark Thirty (2012), Lion (2016), Rogue One (2016), Vice (2018), Dune (2021), The Batman (2022) and The Creator (2023). For his short film Cracker Bag he was nominated for Best Cinematography at the 2003 AFI Awards. For his work on Lion, he won the American Society of Cinematographers Award for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases and AACTA Award for Best Cinematography and received Academy Award and BAFTA Award nominations. Fraser shot Rogue One on the Arri Alexa 65 large format digital camera and Panavision lenses from the 1970s, making it the first feature film shot entirely with the Alexa 65. Fraser said of working with the Alexa 65, "The images are sharper and have more resolution, and those things are an advantage, but for me it is about the depth of the image -- there is a three-dimensionality to it. Often the beauty came from the texture; we found that the camera excelled when we were filming something with texture; it really enhanced the quality of picture." Fraser returned to the Star Wars franchise with the 2019 television series The Mandalorian. In 2020, for his work on the series, Fraser won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour). For his work on Dune he won his first Academy Award for Best Cinematography in 2022. Fraser said a feature of his work in that film was intentionally using simple compositions, "We tried to simplify the frames as much as we could. By doing that, we've been able to give the viewers that absorption of story and experience" and colour palette: "We tried quite hard to make sure that it all sat within a certain tone."
88:33 1/18/24
Rebel Moon Costume Designer Stephanie Porter, Concept Artist Jason Pastrana
Rebel Moon Costume Designer Stephanie Porter, Concept Artist Jason Pastrana
68:11 1/6/24
Iconic Artist Bosslogic (Kode Abdo)
Kode Abdo is a legendary fan community artist known as Bosslogic. Today's episode of Designing Hollywood is sponsored by Bosslogic's podcast, Who's The Boss?
47:02 12/15/23
Julian's Auctions - The Auction House to the Stars
Collaborating with the famous and the exclusive, Julien’s Auctions produces high profile auctions in the film, music, art and sports markets. Julien’s Auctions has received international recognition for its unique and innovative auction events, which attract thousands of collectors, investors, fans and enthusiasts from around the world. Julien’s Auctions specializes in sales of iconic artifacts and notable collections including Marilyn Monroe, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Lady Gaga, Banksy, Cher, Michael Jackson, U2, Barbra Streisand, Les Paul, Neil Young, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Jimi Hendrix, Hugh Hefner, Pelé and many more. In 2016, Julien’s Auctions received its second placement in the Guinness Book of World Records for the sale of the world’s most expensive dress ever sold at auction, The Marilyn Monroe “Happy Birthday Mr. President” dress which sold for $4.8 million. Julien’s Auctions achieved placement in the Guinness Book of World Records in 2009 for the sale of Michael Jackson’s white glove, which sold for $480,000 making it the most expensive glove ever sold at auction. In 2020, Julien’s Auctions received its third Guinness Book of World Record placement for the sale of Kurt Cobain’s “MTV Unplugged” 1959 Martin D-18E acoustic-electric guitar, which sold for $6 million making it the world’s most expensive guitar ever sold at auction. In 2022, Julien’s Auctions sold the world’s second most expensive guitar ever sold at auction with Kurt Cobain’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” music video 1969 Fender Mustang electric guitar, which sold for $4.5 million. Based in Los Angeles, Julien’s Auctions has a global presence bringing their auctions and exhibitions to targeted destinations worldwide including London, New York, Las Vegas, Japan and China. Live auctions are presented for bidders on-site and online via live streaming video and mobile technology.
53:06 12/6/23
Divinity, Wandavision, Textile and Costume Designer Francine Lecoultre
Francine Lecoultre is an award-winning costume designer and textile artist known for her outstanding work in a variety of productions. She has created costumes and unique, special textiles for movies, television, TV Commercials, Musical Circus and Opening Events around the world. Born in Switzerland, Francine graduated in Art Education at the University of Bern, and received her diploma in Costume Design from the Advanced Program of the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles. Francine has a passion for innovation and Science-Fiction, with cutting-edge technology, combined with research and history.
46:46 11/21/23
Scream IV, Painkiller, Costume Designer Avery Plewes
Avery is an award winning and critically acclaimed Costume Designer, Illustrator, and Consultant. She is a member of The Costume Designers Guild of America and the IATSE Local 873.
57:42 10/25/23
Inception, Ocean's Eleven, Costume Designer Jeffrey Kurland
"Tenet is a film about many things, from entropy to time travel, Armageddon to environmentalism. But it's also a film about Robert Pattinson wearing a succession of truly astonishing suits. For that, we thank Jeffrey Kurland. The storied costume designer had previously worked with Nolan on Inception – where he proved his tailoring chops – and Dunkirk, but Tenetposed a very specific set of challenges. The first one being just figuring out what the hell was actually going on. "I read the script at least six times before I even sat down to talk with Chris," Kurland tells me, over the phone, from LA. "That's how you do any Chris Nolan film. The script is there, and it's totally wonderful. And then it's usually up from there. It's always a wild ride." - Tom Banham, Esquire Magazine, September 22nd, 2020 Jeffrey Kurland began his career in costume design in New York City. After graduating from Northwestern University with a B.A. in design, he moved to the east coast to design for the theatre. Jeffrey soon segued into designing costumes for film when he began designing the stylish films of director Woody Allen. Jeffrey has the unique distinction of being the costume designer of 15 films for Woody Allen, from the late 1970s to the mid-1990s. He has since realized the visual story for over 40 films, collaborating with such renowned directors as Milos Forman, Neil Jordan, Steven Soderbergh, Michael Mann, and Christopher Nolan. During his career, Jeffrey has dressed a host of leading actors. He has created designs for leading men such as George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, Matt Damon, Jamie Foxx, Robert Downey, Jr., Michael Caine, Viggo Mortensen and Leonardo DiCaprio. He has also designed for leading ladies Julia Roberts, Marion Cotillard, Cameron Diaz, Annette Bening, Diane Keaton, Gena Rowlands and Ellen Page. He received a BAFTA Award, Britain's highest film honor, for his designs for Radio Days and an Academy Award nomination for his work on Bullets Over Broadway. Jeffrey was awarded the Costume Designers Guild award for his designs for the film Erin Brockovich and received a nomination for his work on Ocean's 11. His work has also been recognized through being honored with The Hamilton Timeless Style Award. Jeffrey Kurland sits on the board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He co-curated the exhibit 50 Designers/50 Costumes: Concept to Character for the Academy, and his designs have also been featured in several exhibits around the world. He has spoken on the art of costume design in numerous symposia at the Directors Guild of America, the American Film Institute, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and UCLA, where he has also taught. Jeffrey's work is featured in the publications Screencraft: Costume Design, 50 Designers/50 Costumes: Concept to Character and Dressed: A Century of Hollywood Costume Design.
80:24 9/18/23
“What We Do in the Shadows” Emmy winning Costume Designer Laura Montgomery on Dressing Vampires in Flux!
“What We Do in the Shadows” Emmy winning Costume Designer Laura Montgomery on Dressing Vampires in Flux! Montgomery's costume design credits include the upcoming Gen V (The Boys spinoff), What We Do in the Shadows Seasons 3,4 and 5, Spiral: From the Book of Saw, Small Town Murder Songs (TIFF Official Selection 2010), When Moses Woke (Gemini Award Winner for Best Direction in a Performing Arts Program) and Coopers Christmas (TIFF Official Selection 2008). Montgomery has won one primetime Emmy and been nominated for three Costume Designer’s Guild awards. She holds an honours degree in French Literature and European History from the University of Toronto.
50:41 8/11/23
Perry Mason, Man in the High Castle, Costume Designer Catherine Adair
Cate is an Emmy award-winning and CDGA nominated Costume Designer. She completed formal training in Fashion and Costume Design in her native Britain and has gone on to design feature films, television, ballet, and theatre. Most recently, she designed HBO’s Perry Mason (Season 2), The Sterling Affairs for FX, and Disney+’s The Mysterious Benedict Society, for which she won an Emmy. Additional credits include Amazon Prime Video’s The Man in the High Castle (Seasons 3 & 4), The Son (Season 1) — a Western for AMC set in 1849 and 1915 — and ABC’s iconic Desperate Housewives. Cate holds British, American, and Irish passports. And has worked in Vancouver, Dublin, Rome, Nice, Monte Carlo as well as multiple cities across the U.S. When not on location, she calls Los Angeles home.
83:14 7/24/23
Last Kingdom: Seven Kings Must Die, State of Consciousness Costume Designer Luciano Capozzi
LUCIANO CAPOZZI was born in Marino, a small town just outside Rome. After having completed his studies at the State Art Institute in Rome in 1986, Luciano took part in a Costume Designer competition and from the 300 applicants he was one of a few that were selected for the first ever design course to be given by Giulia Mafai, the famous Italian Costume Designer He graduated with the highest marks possible in his final diploma and began working first as a volunteer and later as an assistant to various professionals; Giulia Mafai included. During this time he had also begun to do work in his own right as a Costume Designer for both Cinema and the Theatre. The costumes for the Harold Pinter premier of The Basement and Arthur Miller’s Clara were both the work of Luciano. Both of these were staged at a major festival in Italy. He went on to spend several years designing Costumes for both prominent Opera Houses and Theatre Companies worldwide before turning his hand to the world of Film & TV. The year 2005 brought the first international film, a co-pro between Spain and Italy, entitled Los Borgia by Antonio Hernandez. His work on this awarded him a nomination for Best Costume Design at the Premio GoyaAwards (Spain’s National Film Awards). Then in 2008 he won 1st prize at the Festival International Cinéma et Costumes (France) and in 2009, 1st prize at the Premios Corona, Spain. In 2007 his Costumes for Ritorno a Rivombrosa, Directed by Stefano Alleva went on to win the Costume prize at The Rome Fiction Festival. In 2008 he started working on Doctor Clown, a TV series Directed by Maurizio Nichetti and that same year Supervised the Costume Design for Ti Stramo directed by both Pino Insegno & Gianluca Sodaro. His next project Il falco e la Colomba set in 16th Century Rome was praised by critics and public alike for his stunning work; thus earning him the reputation; without the shadow of a doubt, a Beautiful Designer. Luciano's experience spans period Costume design through to contemporary design with a strong emphasis on historical high-end TV Drama.
50:02 7/24/23
Mission Impossible Dead Reckoning Parts 1 and 2, Costume Designer Jill Taylor
JILL TAYLOR (Costume Designer) was born in Newcastle Upon Tyne and studied Fashion Design at Northumbria University where she obtained her degree. After graduating she moved into television, primarily working for the BBC as an Assistant Costume Designer, eventually designing her own projects, most notably the BBC’s prestigious Screen One and Screen Two series of one off films. Jill’s films have included “The Full Monty”, “Sliding Doors”, “Johnny English”, three films for Woody Allen, “Matchpoint”, “Scoop” and “Cassandra’s Dream”, and “My Week With Marilyn” Jill has received a BAFTA film nomination for her work on “My Week With Marilyn”, and a BAFTA tv nomination for “The Mill On The Floss”. She has won a Costume Design Guild Award for “The Life And Death Of Peter Sellers” and was also Emmy nominated for the same project. Other films include, “Jack Ryan” with Chris Pine, Keira Knightley and Kevin Costner. “The Gunman” with Sean Penn and Javier Bardem, “Criminal” with Kevin Costner and Gary Oldman, “Me Before You” with Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin, “The Commuter” with Liam Neeson, “Military Wives” with Kristin Scott Thomas, and “Infinite” with Mark Wahlberg. For the past three years, Jill has been working on the Mission Impossible franchise with Mission Impossible Dead Reckoning Part One, and is currently now working on Part two.
102:06 7/24/23
Beef, The Shrink Next Door, Costume Designer Helen Huang
Huang is an Emmy– and CDGA Award-winning costume designer based in Los Angeles. Known for her most recent work for “Station Eleven” and Apple TV’s “The Shrink Next Door,” her other credits include “Holidate,” “Tall Girl,” and “Rim of the World” for Netflix. She also designed for FOX’s “911,” NBC’s “The Night Shift,” FX’s “American Horror Story: Roanoke,” and MGM’s “Get Shorty.” Her career began in the fashion editorial world and commercials. However, it was through scripted TV and film that she found her true calling, as it combines her love of art and storytelling. She relies heavily on historical reference, literature, and fine arts for her projects, but is greatly inspired by the study of people and cultures. Her north star, so to speak, is to draw inspiration from real life because life itself is always stranger than fiction.
34:43 5/21/23
Wakanda Forever, Bullet Train, Sound Mixer Peter J. Devlin
Peter J. Devlin, recently elected as a Governor of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, has worked on more than 70 films and been nominated for five Oscars including Black Panther, Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon, Transformers, Star Trek (2009) and Pearl Harbor. He received a BAFTA nomination for his work on Star Trek and a Primetime Emmy nomination for Star Trek: Picard. He has worked closely with some of the top directors in film, including Michael Bay, Ryan Coogler, Ron Howard and Patty Jenkins. Earlier in the year he wrapped his work on Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and is thrilled to have just worked with Chris Pine, who is making his directorial debut with the upcoming film Poolman. A past CAS Board member, it was his first CAS nomination for Oliver Stone’s Any Given Sunday that introduced him to the organization in 2000. Since then, he has received multiple nominations. Born and raised in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Devlin knew that he wanted to work in film after seeing Jaws as a teenager. Though his school principal told him his dreams were “pie in the sky,” he applied for a trainee audio assistant position at the BBC in Belfast in 1981. Initially thinking he might move into the camera department, he quickly realized his true interest was in production sound. To prepare for the interview, he spent his days in the local library reading as much about microphone principles, recording techniques and filmmaking as he could find. He got the job, which proved the perfect training ground, with the BBC’s wide range of productions, from news, to sports, to concerts and to radio drama. “I had great mentors, and I learned about all of the different disciplines of sound there.” Devlin’s focus and persistence were evident as he took the next step, writing to directors he admired, including Michael Mann. He still has the letter Mann sent him in 1987, inviting him to visit the set of Miami Vice. From there, Devlin forged connections with others in the industry, landing his first job in the United States, working in commercials. Eventually, he moved into television and film. Today, Devlin continues to adapt to the ever-changing technologies that enhance storytelling through production sound mixing. While he wishes that he had today’s tech for some of the films he worked on in the past, he says, “The most important element will always be the work of the sound department as a team, boom operators and sound utilities. Their expertise allows me to concentrate on recording performance and create tracks that can elevate a scene when they are handed off to our colleagues in post production.” Devlin joins an illustrious group of past CAS Career Achievement Honorees including: Anna Behlmer, Willie Burton, Tom Fleischman, Les Fresholtz, Ed Greene, Tomlinson Holman, Doc Kane, William B. Kaplan, David MacMillan, Paul Massey, Scott Millan, Mike Minkler, Walter Murch, Andy Nelson, Chris Newman, Lee Orloff, Richard Portman, John Pritchett, Don Rogers, Gary Rydstrom, Dennis Sands, Randy Thom, Jim Webb, Jeffrey S. Wexler and Charles Wilborn.
46:51 5/9/23
Ant Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, X-MEN: First Class, Costume Designer Sammy Sheldon
SAMMY SHELDON (Costume Designer) was born in Manchester and started her career at the Royal Exchange Theatre as a costume maker, then studied Costume Design at Wimbledon School of Art 1990 to 1993. After graduating with a degree, she moved into designing costumes for pop promos and advertising, before becoming an assistant designer on films including Ridley Scott’s & and Jake Scott’s. She went on to design costumes for Ridley Scott’s Hawk and the mockumentary & starring Orlando Bloom. Sammy has received BAFTA Film nominations for her work on Morten Tyldum’s “The Imitation Game”, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley. “The Merchant of starring Al Pacino and Jeremy Irons, and a BAFTA TV nomination for the BBC’s modern adaptation of The Canterbury Tales: The wife of Bath”. Costume Designers Guild Award nominations for Excellence in Period Film “The Imitation Game”, and Excellence in Fantasy Film “Ex Machina”, “X-Men: First Class” and “V for Vendetta”. Other film credits include “Kick-Ass Hellboy 2: The Golden Army. Differs more recent film credits include “Assassin’s Creed” directed by Justin Kurzel, Marvels “ Ant- Man” directed by Peyton Reed, “Annihilation” directed by Alex Garland and “Jurassic World, Fallen Kingdom” directed by J A Bayon. Her most recent films are “Eternals“ directed by Chloe Zhao, and "Ant Man and the Wasp: Quantumania."
68:09 4/21/23
John Wick 4, Death on the Nile, Costume Designer Paco Delgado
Francisco "Paco" Delgado López is a Spanish costume designer from Lanzarote, Canary Islands. He is best known for his nominations for the Academy Awards in the category of Best Costume Design twice: at the 85th Academy Awards for the film Les Misérables, and at the 88th Academy Awards for the film The Danish Girl. His recent work includes Jungle Cruise, Death on the Nile, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent and John Wick 4
67:20 4/18/23
Logan, Ford v Ferrari, Costume Designer Daniel Orlandi
Daniel Orlandi is an American costume designer for film and television who regularly collaborated with directors Joel Schumacher, Ron Howard and John Lee Hancock. Born in New Jersey, Orlandi graduated from Carnegie Mellon University and began working Off-Broadway. He relocated to Los Angeles in 1980. Orlandi won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Costumes for a Variety, Nonfiction, or Reality Programming for his work on a television special for the illusionist David Copperfield.] He had received a BAFTA Award nomination for his work on Saving Mr. Banks.4 Orlandi's films include Logan, Ford v Ferrari, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and The Da Vinci Code. Orlandi resides in Los Angeles, California.
58:41 4/18/23
Top Gun Maverick, Top Gun, Producer Jerry Bruckheimer
Jerome Leon Bruckheimer (born September 21, 1943) is an American film and television producer. He has been active in the genres of action, drama, fantasy, and science fiction. His films include Flashdance, Top Gun, The Rock, Crimson Tide, Con Air, Armageddon, Enemy of the State, Black Hawk Down, Pearl Harbor, Kangaroo Jack, and the Beverly Hills Cop, Bad Boys, Pirates of the Caribbean, and the National Treasure franchises. Many of his films have been co-produced by Paramount and Disney, while many of his television series have been co-produced by Warner Bros. and CBS Studios. In July 2003, Bruckheimer was honored by Variety as the first producer in Hollywood history to produce the top two highest-grossing films of a single weekend, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl and Bad Boys II. In 2023, Top Gun: Maverick earned him a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Picture. April 11th, 2023 sees Flashdance released on 4K disc, celebrating its 40th Anniversary. His best known television series are CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami, CSI: NY, CSI: Cyber, Without a Trace, Cold Case, and the American version of The Amazing Race. For the lattermost, he won ten Primetime Emmy Awards. At one point, three of his TV series ranked among the top 10 in the U.S. ratings—a unique feat in television. He is also the co-founder and co-majority owner (along with David Bonderman) of the Seattle Kraken, the 2021 expansion team of the National Hockey League. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
20:45 2/23/23
From Scratch, Supergirl, Costume Designer Amanda Riley
Costume Designer Amanda Riley, in her own words... "Design for me is not a job, it is ART. The character is the canvas from which the painting begins. Each line of the script is a stoke of a brush that I incorporate with feeling into the outfit This passion comes from my love and respect for people, Humans from all walks of life, cultures, tastes and ideas. My free time is spent traveling, anywhere, everywhere, and learning fabric of a person.. who they are when they wake up in the morning. What they choose to put on their body when they get dressed. I am inspired by the process of sharing the vision for each story through the decision making process and the collaboration of working from concept to final cut. Working closely with the Director, Cinematographer ,production designer, make-up & hair design, allowing for fluidity and movement which is paramount with each critical step to discovering. I am delighted to have the opportunity to share my love of design by telling a story through each look, getting lost in the details of designing “A Costume” Amanda is a member of the Costume Designers Guild 892 & resides on the eastside of Los Angeles, California." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
50:32 1/30/23
Glass Onion, Knives Out, Costumer Designer Jenny Eagan
Jenny Eagan, costume designer for the new star-studded Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, has a career path defined by opportunities taken. Although she did not formally study costume design, her many award-winning projects feature characters who leap off the screen, thanks in no small part to her costumes. Who would have thought a girl from Independence, Missouri would end up in this profession? “Certainly not my Mom,” laughs Eagan. “I wanted to be a middle-school teacher to make a difference. Halfway through college, I switched to textile marketing and merchandising because I love clothes, but never knew that could lead to working in the entertainment industry.” Post-graduation, Eagan drove cross country to live in San Diego, where she became ‘excellent on rollerblades’ before following friends to Los Angeles. She joined a temp agency and her first interview was for a low budget film. As fate would have it, Mary Zophres was the costume designer on her second temp job. Eagan shadowed her on weekends, getting coffee and grabbing lunches. She observed and absorbed everything, until Zophres invited her to join the team on Any Given Sunday, her first job as a production assistant. Six months at Western Costume Company gained her entry into the Union. She spent over a decade with Zophres, progressing from production assistant to assistant costume designer. “Mary hates when I say she was an amazing mentor, but I didn’t know anything and she taught me everything.” Her first feature as a costume designer was Contraband, with Mark Wahlberg and director Baltasar Kormákur, but the project that launched her career was the first season of True Detective for HBO. The show garnered her the Costume Designers Guild Award for Best Contemporary Television Series in 2015. “It was an amazing experience and a confidence builder for me.” Eagan moved on to design several small but critically acclaimed films and television series including Olive Kitteridge which won her an Emmy, Widows, and the celebrated Beasts of No Nation. The first iteration of the Knives Out trilogy, written and directed by Rian Johnson, was an unmitigated hit. “Because of our limited shoot time, we had all guns blazing,” she says. “I feel like I fit every single one of the cast members the week before. Thankfully, Rian wrote well-defined characters and chose seasoned actors. We were all in sync.” She was awarded her third CDGA for her efforts. Johnson wanted everyone to ratchet it up for the sequel, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. Eagan decided early on that most of the costumes would be custom made. Shooting on a remote island off Greece and in Serbia during Covid, she knew she could not count on shopping. She prepped in Los Angeles, anticipating multiples for principals and stunt doubles, then brought extra fabrics to cover her back. While designing the first Knives Out, Eagan forged great relationships with Johnson and producer Ram Bergman. They agreed that travel during the pandemic could be problematic and allowed her to bring her union team from Los Angeles. She brought ACD Jessica Albertson, supervisor Emily Egge, set costumer Claire Sandrin, and cutter/fitter Erica Ciaglia. “Claire, Emily, and I first worked together on No Country for Old Men (designed by Mary Zophres) and have collaborated as much as possible since. I was thankful for this luxury. I’m not a one-man show, we are a team.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
52:00 1/18/23
Beauty and the Beast LIVE, My Chemical Romance, Emmy-Winning Costume Designer Marina Toybina
Emmy Award®-winning Marina Toybina is a costume and fashion designer well known for her exceptional work in entertainment. Born in Moscow, Russia, Toybina immigrated to the United States at age 11. At a very young age Marina found an outlet for her creativity through various forms of design and illustration. After graduating high school in Phoenix, AZ, she followed her calling and moved to Los Angeles to attend the distinguished Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, specializing in fashion design. While still attending FIDM, Toybina successfully launched a signature line called GLAZA. After earning her degree, Marina quickly became known for her unique aesthetic, and launched into the world of entertainment as a go-to designer for the dance community, artists and performers who sought a unique approach to their fashion and costume choices. Toybina's creations are now seen worldwide in all mediums ranging from primetime and international television programs to major editorials, music videos, commercials and concert arena stages. For television, Toybina has designed for hit shows like So You Think You Can Dance, The X Factor US, and World of Dance, as well as for performances on award shows such as The Grammys, The Billboard Awards, The American Music Awards, The Brit Awards, The BET Awards, and the Country Music Association Awards, just to name a few. Marina’s latest work can be seen on FOX’s popular celebrity-filled singing competition The Masked Singer, in which she and her team have created an assortment of unique theatrical costumes across six seasons for the likes of T-Pain, Dionne Warwick, Donny Osmond, Tony Hawk, Chaka Khan, Seal, Patti Labelle, Leann Rimes, Aloe Blacc, Nick Carter, Bobbi Brown, Bret Michaels, Lil Wayne, Tori Kelly, Gladys Knight, Rumer Willis, Kelly Osbourne, Tyrese, Jesse McCartney, Toni Braxton, Jojo Siwa, Hanson, Mickey Rourke, Busta Rhymes, Wiz Khalifa and many more. Her creative vision and drive were integral to the success of The Masked Singer, and in 2021 her dedication paid off as Toybina became one of only a handful of costume designers to receive both costume designer and producer credits on a primetime television show. Toybina has received award recognition, breaking records in 2015 as the first costume designer to win four consecutive Emmys in the Outstanding Costumes for a Variety Program or a Special category. Over the years she has earned a total of six Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards in this category, for The Masked Singer (2021 and 2020), Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show Starring Katy Perry (2015), So You Think You Can Dance (2014), The 55th Annual Grammy Awards (2013), and The X Factor (2011), as well as a Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Award nomination for The Masked Singer (2019). In 2018, Toybina won The Ellen Mirojnick Styling Award at the Hollywood Beauty Awards. She has also been recognized by her peers in the Costume Designers Guild, receiving a CDG Award for Excellence in Variety, Reality-Competition, or Live Television for The Masked Singer (2020) and a CDG Award nomination for So You Think You Can Dance (2019). Throughout her career, Toybina has collaborated with superstars like Carrie Underwood (Blown Away World Tour, Storyteller Tour, Cry Pretty Tour, NBC’s Sunday Night Football, Country Music Awards and many more), P!nk (American Music Awards and The Beautiful Trauma World Tour), Katy Perry (Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show, California Dreams Live Tour and Prismatic World Tour), Usher (iHeartRadio Music Awards, Billboard Awards, E3, RNB Fridays LIVE 2018), Ariana Grande (The Honeymoon Tour), Taylor Swift (Red World Tour, Grammy Awards, Brit Awards), Nicki Minaj, Miley Cyrus (Gypsy Heart World Tour), Lil' Kim, Paulina Rubio, Selena Gomez (Billboard Awards, Dancing With the Stars), Ne-Yo (Good Morning America, BET Awards), Dita Von Teese, 5th Harmony, Shania Twain, Britney Spears, Adam Lambert, Juliette Lewis — among numerous others. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
50:22 1/7/23
Avatar - The DH Pod - Way Of Water, Titanic, Academy Award-Winning Costume Designer Deborah L. Scott
Deborah Scott was honored with an Academy Award for Best Costume Design in 1998, as well as a BAFTA Award nomination, for her work on James Cameron’s record-breaking blockbuster “Titanic.” She also worked with Cameron on both Avatar and Avatar - The Way of Water. Scott collaborated with director Michael Bay on “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” “Transformers,” “The Island” and “Bad Boys II”; and for with Steven Spielberg on his science fiction thriller “Minority Report.” She also designed the costumes for “Get Smart,” starring Steve Carell and Anne Hathaway, “Reign Over Me,” starring Adam Sandler, Don Cheadle and Jada Pinkett Smith; “Seraphim Falls,” with Liam Neeson and Pierce Brosnan; and Andy Garcia's directorial debut, “The Lost City.” Scott's other feature film credits include “The Upside of Anger,” “The Patriot,” “Wild Wild West,” “Heat,” “The Indian in the Cupboard,” “Legends of the Fall,” “Sliver,” “Jack the Bear,” “Hoffa,” “Defending Your Life” and “Back to the Future.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
53:06 1/2/23
The Woman King Costume Designer Gersha Phillips
The Woman King Costume Designer Gersha Phillips Design The tactile & gorgeous costume’s!  Oscar winner Viola Davis leads a strong cast into battle in an epic from Gina Prince-Bythewood, inspired by real women warriors. Davis is absolutely mesmerizing as the Agojie’s strategist warrior. Costume designer Gersha Phillips outfitted a literal army for “The Woman King.” The film, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival ahead of its theatrical release, stars Viola Davis, Thuso Mbedu and Lashana Lynch. Bolstered by strong critical reviews, the film is already part of the awards conversation heading into fall. Set in the 1820s, the historical film tells the story of the Agojie, a group of female warriors who protected the West African kingdom of Dahomey. Phillips was familiar with the concept, having assisted Ruth Carter with research on “Black Panther,” which featured a group of fictional female warriors called the Dora Milaje. “The pitch [for ‘The Woman King’] came as ‘this is the story about the real Dora Milaje,’” Phillips says. Outfitting an army meant creating visual cues to differentiate levels of status and affluence. Signals of wealth in the kingdom included numerous layers of fabrics and jewelry piled onto the body. Sponsored by @peris.costumes  Brought to you by Designing Hollywood Productions and The John Campea Show!  Host Robert Meyer Burnett Executive Producer Martika Ibarra  #thewomanking #violadavis #filmmaking #costumedesign #costumedesigner #film #podcast #podcastshow #designinghollywood #marilynvance #martikaibarra #producer #startrek #periscostumes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
70:37 11/14/22
Television and film producer, screenwriter, actor, and director Rob Weiss
Rob Weiss is an American television and film producer, screenwriter, actor, and director. His break came in 1993 when he wrote and directed the 1993 film Amongst Friends. The film was well received at film festivals and scored Weiss a nomination for the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. Weiss was nominated for three Emmy awards for his work on HBO’s “Entourage.” He is more recently known for writing, directing and producing “Ballers,” starring Dwayne Johnson and David John Washington. Brought to you by Designing Hollywood & The John Campea Show!  Thank you to our sponsor @peris.costumes 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Host Robert Meyer Burnett @rmburnett Executive Producer Martika Ibarra  @producermartikaibarra  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
61:05 11/10/22
Oscar winning costume designer Ruth Carter
Oscar winning costume designer Ruth Carter   who has been part of the television and film industry for 40 years joins the show for an all new exclusive episode!  “This has been a long time coming,” Carter said when she finally won the costume design, Oscar for Black Panther in 2019. Long before the Academy caught up to her greatness, Carter was instrumental in bringing Black culture to the forefront of entertainment.  Many of the projects Carter has worked on are rooted in Blackness and in Black history, including classics like Malcolm X and What’s Love Got To Do With It and more recent projects like Coming 2 America. As a veteran in the industry, Carter has experienced firsthand how costume designing has evolved over time. From the early years of working with Spike Lee to now, she has mastered the skill of sourcing items for a particular time period. One skill Carter still stands by is research — knowing what people were wearing, what they were like, and what was going on in the world at the time. “I really do direct my focus towards the people and the culture,” Carter explains.  With an expert eye for style and a thumb on the heartbeat of Black culture, Carter's passion for costuming has elevated some of the most important stories of our time. Carter is best known for: • Black Panther  • Malcom X  • Dolemite Is My Name  • Amistad  • Coming To America  • Yellowstone  Brought to you by Designing Hollywood Productions The John Campea show! Host Robert Meyer Burnett Available wherever you tune into your podcast including Alexa & Siri!  Brought to you by Designing Hollywood Productions & The John Campea show!  Executive Producer Martika Ibarra  Host Filmmaker Robert Meyer Burnett Sponsored by Fox Studios Costumes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
55:14 10/28/22

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