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Designing and making her first costume for a Barbie doll at 6, Zoë developed a passion for costume and was at home on a sewing machine by the age of 11. 


After finishing high school, Zoë lived in London for a year where she worked as a dresser on "The Producers" at theTheatre Royal, Drury Lane. Knowing how much she loved working with colours, crystals, feathers and fabrics, Zoë decided to further her knowledge by studying Costume at the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney.


Since starting at NIDA, Zoë has unquestionably refined her skills in costume making, focusing on corsetry and women’s cutting. Zoë completed her studies at NIDA in October 2010 and achieved a much-sought-after position as an intern at The Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Zoë continues to build her experience as a costume creator and supervisor for theatre, film and television and looks forward to working on large-scale productions in Australia and abroad.

I am experienced in the areas of supervising, buying, designing as well as cutting and making across a broad range of performance styles.


Teaching is also a passion and I love sharing my skills with team mates in a professional setting,  as well as in a learning environment, both in groups and with individuals.


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