SUTTIRAT ANNE LARLARB has been designing for film and theatre internationally for the past 2 decades.
Costume and Production Design: London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony (Emmy Award, Art Direction) "Slumdog Millionaire" (Costume Designers' Guild Award)), "127 Hours" (Costume & Production Designer, Art Directors Guild Award Nomination), Costume Design: "Trance", "Sunshine" and "Frankenstein" at London's National Theatre - all with director Danny Boyle. "The Walk" directed by Robert Zemeckis, 3 films for directors Shari Springer-Berman & Bob Pulcini: "10,000 Saints", "The Extra Man" and "Cinema Verite" (Emmy Nomination), Anton Corbijn's "The American", and Philippe Farladeau's 'The Good Lie'.
Recent theatre: "Dying For It" (Atlantic Theatre Company, Director Neil Pepe), "Of Mice and Men" (Broadway, Director Anna Shapiro), Broadway-bound "Finding Neverland" (American Repertory Theatre, Director Diane Paulus),"The Killer" (Costume & Set Design, Theatre for a New Audience, Director Darko Tresjnak), and "Selma '65" (LaMama, Director Eleanor Holdridge)
Suttirat has an MFA from the Yale School of Drama, and is a professor at Carnegie Mellon.
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Costume at the Turn of the Century (1990 - 2015) - Moscow, Russia - AABSCTM - June-August 2015
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