Ep. 13: Ariel Poster explains how the best graphic artwork isn’t even noticed on screen

When Ariel tells people she’s a graphic artist for TV and film, they usually don’t know what that means. It’s a lot more than the real world’s understanding of graphic design, that’s for sure. From her role in the art department, Ariel dreams up all … Get the whole picture.Ep. 13: Ariel Poster explains how the best graphic artwork isn’t even noticed on screen

Ep. 12: Whitney Anne Adams on her early success as a costume designer and her love of the hunt

Costume designer Whitney Anne Adams had a big break at a young age, thanks to her theater background and tenacious work ethic. She talks about her impressive career thus far, plus the depth of costume design, the value of shopping vintage, and the fun of … Get the whole picture.Ep. 12: Whitney Anne Adams on her early success as a costume designer and her love of the hunt

Ep. 10: Malgosia Turzanska on costume design and fabric as the key to building worlds

For Malgosia Turzanska, fabric, material, and texture are the building blocks of costumes that bring truth to any character and scene. To create the right look, Malgosia has poured clay on top of finished costumes to let it dry and crack; self-dyed countless swatches to … Get the whole picture.Ep. 10: Malgosia Turzanska on costume design and fabric as the key to building worlds

Ep. 9: Krystle Feher on special effects makeup: how to build creatures and a portfolio

Krystle went straight to special effects makeup school when she graduated high school. The one thing she wishes she studied? Business. Because you have to manage yourself like one. In this episode, Krystle explains how she built her career by building creatures (they aren’t always … Get the whole picture.Ep. 9: Krystle Feher on special effects makeup: how to build creatures and a portfolio

Ep. 8: Shari Besanceney on her journey into hair design, from Broadway to TV

Shari Besanceney made some bold moves to transition from beauty school student to wig designer on Broadway and television. One of those moves was to New York City (of course), but most were relentless follow-ups with industry pros and would-be mentors. Now she’s department head, … Get the whole picture.Ep. 8: Shari Besanceney on her journey into hair design, from Broadway to TV

Ep. 5: Costume Designer Annie Simon on building clothing and the importance of dream time

Everyone is a storyteller. In this episode, Annie Simon talks about the differences in visual storytelling between theater and film, finding the abiding purpose of a story, and trusting your intuition when it comes to a million tiny choices. She also touches on society’s disconnection … Get the whole picture.Ep. 5: Costume Designer Annie Simon on building clothing and the importance of dream time

Ep. 4: Ashleigh Chavis Wolfe on makeup and how little tweeks can change everything

Ashleigh Chavis Wolfe has over 20 years of film production experience. She talks about how she fell into make up design, how small makeup tweaks portray a certain perception of the character (or send clues to the audience), and last but not least: the importance … Get the whole picture.Ep. 4: Ashleigh Chavis Wolfe on makeup and how little tweeks can change everything