I am a costume designer, supervisor and stylist working in film, TV and theatre. Previous projects have included indie features, shorts, commercial, TV and theatre ranging from contemporary styling to period accuracy and theatrical extravagance. Creativity combined with high levels of organisation and adaptability mean that I can always be relied upon to achieve the best results, making the most of resources available. I love being part of a creative team, and am am always open to new projects and opportunities. I have an MA in Costume Design for Performance from London College of Fashion where I relished the opportunity to create highly inventive, performative pieces. I specialised in costume history during my BA in History from Oxford University and am a confident maker, having always loved experimenting with fabrics and diverse materials. I am particularly interested in exploring the social and cultural implications of dress and the potential for costume to provide an active contribution in performance.
2013 - 2015 MA Costume Design for Performance (Distinction) - London College of Fashion (Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship)
2009 - 2012 BA (Hons) History (2:1) - University of Oxford
" I love working with Bronya, and she would be my first choice of collaborator on any project. She is a fabulous colleague -always supportive, calm and professional under pressure, resourceful and energetic in pursuing the best outcome, has a wonderful eye and discerning taste. She can source people and things quickly and efficiently, manage a budget without compromising a vision and relate to performers, creatives and makers. She is a great source of advice and technical knowledge of costume history and construction. I am a theatre designer who has had the pleasure of working with her as a costume supervisor in theatre and have great pleasure in recommending her."
Jess Curtis - Designer, Kiss Me Quickstep, The Crucible, A Little Night Music, Peter Pan
"Bronya was totally brilliant as Costume Designer/Supervisor for our production of Singin’ in the Rain at the Adelphi Theatre on the West End. Bronya led a wonderful team of volunteers to put together over 300 costumes on time and miraculously on budget. The show looked fabulous and extremely professional. The entire event was for charity (Lewy Body Dementia). Bronya is extremely dedicated and committed to what she does so brilliantly. She clearly had the support of her team at all times, no matter how big the task was. Thank you very much Bronya! "
Ian Haig - Producer, Showtime Challenge for "Singing in the Rain"