All Crew Agency

Los Angeles | London

phone: 1+818-206-0144

skype: allcrew

email: crew@allcrewagency.com

in the UK

Screen Talent Agency

phone: 020 7729 7477

email: Screen Talent UK

web: www.screen-talent.com

Costume Designers/Stylists

Judith R. Gellman

features - An Ideal Home, Firehouse Dog, Getting Away With Murder, Adventures in Babysitting

television - American Woman, Bad Judge, Super Fun Night, Sons of Tucson, Wonderfalls,
    The Marriage Fool, Between Friends, Bad As I Wanna Be: The Dennis Rodman Story

IATSE Local #892 & #873

 

Judy Gellman is a rarity among designers. With a Midwest background and training at the University of Wisconsin and The Fashion Institute of Technology (NYC) Judy began her career designing for the Fashion Industry before joining the Entertainment business. She’s a hands on Designer, totally knowledgeable in pattern making, construction, color theory, as well as history and drawing.  Her career has taken her from Chicago to Toronto, London, Vancouver and Los Angeles designing period, contemporary and futuristic styles for Men, Women, and even Dogs! Gellman works in collaboration with directors to instill a sense of trust between her and the actors as they create the characters together. This is just one of the many reasons they turn to Judy repeatedly. Based in Los Angeles, with USA and Canadian passports she is available to work worldwide.

Melanie Ghisays

television - In Treatment; (as key) NCIS: Los Angeles, Sons of Anarchy, CSI:Miami, Pepper Dennis

features - Acropolis; (as key) X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Hostage, Wide Sargasso Sea, Cool Runnings

IATSE local #705

 

Born in the UK to actor parents, Melanie grew up in London, Rome and Jamaica.  Costumes seemed a natural choice after working for Flip of Hollywood, a vintage clothing store with locations in New York, London and Los Angeles. She's worked with some of the hottest directors in town including Michael Bay, David Fincher, Jon Turtetaub and Wim Wenders; and actors, Gabriel Byrne, Tilda Swinton, Bruce Willis, Hugh Jackman and Anne Parillaud. Comfortable with both period and contemporary clothing, Melanie has natural eye for style and a wonderful relationship with actors.  Based in Los Angeles, she is available for work worldwide.

Michelle A. Green

features – Son of the South, Pray For Rain, Eyewitness, Mercenaries, Christmas In The City

television – Valor, Ruby's Studio; 

     (as asst designer) Zoo, Waiting In The Wings: The Musical, High School Holiday Reunion 

Costume Designers Guild, Local #892

 

Michelle first discovered her love for Costumes at a young age, running across the classic holiday film White Christmas. When she saw the designs of Edith Head, that was all it took, she would forever have the love of fashion, design and costumes in her heart. As a designer her passion and beliefs in costumes capacity to transform and create character is the driving force behind every project and designs. Costumes have the ability to spotlight the hero before he speaks or the villain before he hits. They tell a story before the narrator begins by illustrating the period, culture, place and season. Her top asset for design is her hands on approach to every project.  She fine tunes every look and style giving it a little extra kick!  She takes her time in selecting the right fabric, shape and color, for each actor, no piece is too small or detail to tiny that she will not command attention for. She has an uncanny ability to find the must have “Hero” item or to create the far fetch design. She prides herself on not just hearing the words “I like this” but pushes to exceed for the status of “I love this.” She is one of those future great designers that have the ability to flow through any media from Film and Television to commercial and print. She runs her department with great efficiency, professionalism and passion allowing for the best work to shine through.  

Jerry Jaeger

television - Loosely Exactly Nicole, Workaholics, Adam Devine's House Party

    (as supervisor) The Neighborhood, First Wives Club, Awkward, Shit My Dad Says

Costume Designers Guild, local #892

 

With a firm background in all phases of wardrobe from design, to draping, sewing and millinery, Jerry Jaeger is a fun, creative talent. Starting on music videos as an assistant stylist with artists such as Madonna, Bjork and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jaeger went on to ply his design abilities on major commercials. These skills, along with an ability to manage a budget, made Jerry in demand as a Costume Supervisor in TV and that led to designing multiple seasons on Comedy Central’s Workaholics. Here he honed his skills at costume gags and iconic character driven designs while collaborating with emerging comedic talents and a heavy roster of guest stars. Jerry looks forward to future collaborations with producers, directors and talent in the creation of character driven, fashion forward designs in film and television. Based in Los Angeles, he is available for work worldwide.

 

Lenka Padysakova

features - Age of Kill, We Still Kill The Old Way, Rise of the Foot Soldier 2, Vendetta, The Crypt

     (as asst CD): Snatched, A Futile & Stupid Gesture, Behold My Heart

television - (as asst CD): Underground, Me, Myself & I, Brown Girls

 Costume Designers Guild, Local #892

 

Growing up in Slovakia, Lenka Padysakova was fascinated by materials and design and created her first fashions at age twelve. She went on to study historical costume design and scenography, art and fashion design, drawing, pattern making and sewing. This background enables her to design and make the most detailed costumes. Lenka has since worked in Rome, London and Berlin before moving to Los Angeles. Padysakova’s warm, caring personality affects all whom she works with. Editor/Director Nick Carew commented, “Lenka went above and beyond, creating costumes and clothing that truly advanced the film’s plot, its overall message, and my vision as a director.” Lenka holds a US O-1 visa, an EU passport and fluently speaks English, Slovak, Czech, Italian and German. 

Oneita Parker

features - Meanest Man in Texas, All Cheerleaders Die, Without Men, The Perfect Family,
     Caffeine, Gacy

television - Second Sight, Honeymoon With Mom, They Are Among Us, Transit

Costume Designers Guild, local #892 & IA 705

 

California native Oneita Parker started sewing and designing by the age of eight. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC. Promptly, she went to work in the rag trade first in Hong Kong and then in New York, but Hollywood drew her back. She’s been designing and making costumes for film and TV ever since. Oneita thrives on bringing to life each character’s costume via the director’s vision and the script. She is a hands-on designer who not only sketches her work, she can also manufacture the textures and sew the pieces. Oneita’s warm, inclusive personality puts the most nervous actor (or producer) at ease. With decades of experience she is a consummate professional, fast and always a problem solver. Based in Los Angeles, Oneita is available for work worldwide.   

 

Elizabeth Kate Shelton

features - 37, The Education of Charlie Banks, Game 6, Restaurant

television - Homeland, Sneaky Pete, Split The Difference, Napoleon, Now With Bill Moyers 

Costume Designers Guild, local 892 & USA Local 829

 

Elizabeth Kate Shelton is the third generation working in films. Starting in the era of W.C. Fields, Astaire and Rogers and Citizen Kane all the way to Homeland Season 6. With a BFA in Theatre Design from Purchase College, Liz began as costume shopper for the New York Shakespeare Festival and the Metropolitan Opera. Subsequently, she has worked on film, television, theatre and commercials. As associate or assistant designer on large budget films to designer on lower budgeted ones, Liz has balanced visual characterizations with the necessity of budget demands. Always a part of a creative team, Liz looks forward to each new creative project. Based in NYC, she is available for work worldwide.

Ambre Wrigley

features - Benjamin, Big Ass Spider, The Perfect Daughter, Deadline

television - The Cheerleader Murders, Fall Into Me; (as asst. cd) For The People, Super High

 

Costume Designers Guild, local 892

 

A Los Angeles native, Ambre Wrigley found her niche for Costume Design thanks to a lifetime interest in psychology and fashion. She can easily convey a character’s deepest traits and unique personality through representation of fabrication, color, and character driven style. It’s her work ethics, happy personality and care for the actors that brings repeat work with Directors and Production Companies. With a background in Fashion Design and Accounting in addition to her organizational talent, research skills, and garment design knowledge Ambre possesses the experience needed to meet a projects vision without compromising its aesthetics or budget. Easily capable of adapting to new technology and applications in combination with her expertise of patterns, fit and fabrications Wrigley also has trained with the 3D Clothing Design software “Optitex” through Universal Studios. Based in Los Angeles, she is available for work worldwide.