Judianna Makovsky has 15 years experience in the industry and is highly regarded by all as one of the most talented costume designers working today.
She has created inspirational costumes for every period and for every genre of feature film including 1950s American Suburbia, Westerns; Baseball, Sailing, through to a contemporary version of Charles Dickens. And in 1998 her talents were recognised with an Academy Award nomination for Pleasantville for which she was also honoured by her peers with a Costume Designers Guild Award.
Most recently she has designed the costumes for The Legend of Bagger Vance starring Matt Damon; For Love of the Game starring Kevin Costner; Gloria for which she designed the costumes for Sharon Stone; Practical Magic starring Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock and Great Expectations starring Gwyneth Paltrow.
Makovksy's other major feature film credits include: Devil's Advocate; Lolita; White Squall; A Little Princess; The Quick and the Dead; The Ref; The Specialist for which she designed the costumes for Sharon Stone; Six Degrees of Separation; Reversal of Fortune; Big and Gardens of Stone.
In addition, Makovsky has designed the costumes for several television films including: Wild Palms; Miss Rose White, Margaret Bourke-White as well as the pilot episode of Robert De Niro's series Tribeca.