This series of interviews documents the work of costumers in the film and television industries in Los Angeles. The interviews preserve a dimension of Hollywood history and Los Angeles history that has been under-documented to date.
Textile artist and owner of A Dyeing Art, a textile art studio established in 1984.
The interviews in the series African Americans in Entertainment and Media are designed to document African Americans in television, radio, theater and film and aims to better understand how they overcame bias and discrimination and were trailblazers who opened doors for other African Americans in...
This series includes interviews with several members of the Los Angeles Newsreel Collective, a group active between 1968 and 1971 that was modeled on the Workers’ Film and Photo League. The group's aim was to exhibit films with a radical leftist point of view to a wide range of audiences.
This series of interviews was undertaken in collaboration with the Art Directors Guild. Its aim is to document the lives and work of Guild members and staff who have made a significant contribution to film and television history. Interviews capture the work of title artists, set designers, art di...
Production designer with credits that include Suburbicon; Good Night, and Good Luck; 300; Confessions of a Dangerous Mind; Jumanji; The
Falcon and the Snowman; E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial; and Palmerstown, U.S.A.