I can haz credits!

Yay, I’m legit! I’ve been doing the costume designing/wardrobe mistress thing for a few years now, but between all the student films and under-financed independents, it wasn’t until recently that one of my projects actually got distributed so I could get it onto my IMDb profile. Not a huge feature credit or anything, but it’s still something of a first and therefore a milestone in my rather choppy creative career. So here it is:

IMDb says I’m a costume designer! Whee!

Also, Abby? Keva? I’ve submitted your information to IMDb and you should have profiles in the upcoming weeks. Grats! It was a busy shoot and I couldn’t have done it without your help. Thank you so much for your time and energy.

The films that we worked on are available online through the Global Short Film NetworkThe Haircut is available in free streaming form but the other two, Shut Up and Die Like an Aviator and Not Evelyn Cho, cost a couple bucks to download. Evelyn Cho was the one with the most changes, costume work and prettiness, so this is me pimping it *g*

Now comes the really tough part — to try and wrestle a complimentary DVD from the producers… 😉


  1. Congratulations appearing on IMDB person! Soon you will be uberfamous and I’ll be able to boast that I “knew” you way back when 😉

    • *snerk* Eh, at this point, I’ll just be happy with being able to eke out some sort of living, forget about fame and fortune 😛 Still, it’s nice to be able to point to something other than my own resume that corroborates the work I’m aiming at 🙂

  2. Grats on making the big time! If only Warner Brothers knew the good work you’ve done for Harry Potter fandom…

    • LOL. Thank you! I’m sure it’s better all around if they never knew the specifics, at any rate…

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