BA (Hons) Costume for Theatre, Film and Television
Graduating with a BA (Hons), Albert completed his degree year researching and developing methods and techniques in costume for Ballet and Dancewear, specialising in Tutu Making and Stretchwear. Albert would like to work professionally in this field to further his skills. Workroom experience credits include Royal Opera House, Netflix, Bristol Costume Services, Scratchworks Theatre Company, and The Soapbox Children’s Theatre.
Costume supervisor: Far From the Madding Crowd (Redgrave Theatre)
Costume Maker: Three Seagulls (Bristol Old Vic), Pride and Prejudice (The Mount Without)
Costume Standby: Gracie Jones, The Disappointed (BOVTS TV)
Costume Assistant/Dresser: The Snow Queen (Redgrave Theatre), Earthquakes in London (BOV, Weston Studio)
BA (Hons) Costume Interpretation. Dutchess satin ballet tutu bodice, featuring HTV iron on decals and hot fix crystals. Removable bones and stretch lycra inserts follow research into practical adaptations for bodice’s design and requirements when moving for a dancer. The garment was drafted on the stand before several fittings to successfully find the best cut for the dancer and the best shape for the design.
2nd Year Tailoring Project. Blue wool military jacket and trousers with historical inspired braid pleating, toggles and buttons. Patch pockets and arch cut flap included matching crested metal button; Designed by Tish Mantripp
BA (Hons) Costume Interpretation, Inspired by the designs from Yuiko Sagiri. This full length catsuit and skirt demonstrates a range of stretch wear skills from through three years of study and further exploration into dance and sportswear, including pattern drafting and hand sewing techniques to create this bespoke garment.