Sophie studied Performance Costume at Edinburgh College of Art where she trained in Costume Design and realisation for theatre, film & TV.
Since graduating in 2011 she has worked in a variety of roles including Designer, Supervisor, Assistant, Pattern Cutter, Maker and even Wig Stylist. After leaving ECA she spent a year in Scotland working for The Traverse Theatre, The Lyceum Theatre, Grid iron Theatre Company, Lung Ha's Theatre Company, Lickety Spit Theatre Company and The Edinburgh Fringe and International Festivals.
In 2012 she moved to Australia to work as Ladies Cutter for The Australian Ballet. She then went on to work for Rose Chong Costumiers in Melbourne, training as a Wig Stylist and freelancing as a Costume Designer on productions for Arts House, The Production Company and The Melbourne Fringe Festival. Sophie also worked on several short films and designed costumes on an Australian feature film.
Since moving to London in 2014, Sophie has worked for Jacques Azagury, Trinity Laban Conservatoire, The Gate Theatre, The English National Opera and recently exhibited her costume work at The Prague Quadrennial. She is currently based in London but looking to take on projects around and beyond the UK.
Costume Supervisor - The Gate Theatre
Jul 2015 - Aug 2015
Costume Designer - Trinity Laban Contemporary Dance
Mar 2015 - Jul 2015
Freelance Costume Maker - Immersive Cult
Sep 2014 - May 2015
Principle Dresser - English National Opera
Jan 2015 - Mar 2015
Costume Supervisor - Jordan Productions
Dec 2014 - Jan 2015
Pattern Cutter - Jacques Azagury
Oct 2014 - Dec 2014
Costume Designer - The Mill
Aug 2014 - Sep 2014
Freelance Pattern Cutter - Edgeley
May 2014 - Jul 2014
Costumier - Rose Chong Costumiers
Aug 2013 - Jul 2014
Costume Designer - Noah's Art Productions
Nov 2013 - Feb 2014
Performance Costume - BA(Hons) - Edinburgh College of Art
Sep 2007 - Jul 2011
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