Fiona designed Justin Kurzel’s much anticipated feature film MACBETH, which premiered in official competition at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard.

Most recently Fiona designed James Vanderbilt’s feature TRUTH, starring Cate Blanchett and Robert Redford which premiered at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.

For her first feature film credit Fiona production and co-costume designed Justin Kurzel’s debut feature SNOWTOWN which premiered at the Adelaide Film Festival in 2011 winning the Audience Award. The film also screened at the Critics’ Week Cannes Film Festival 2011 where it was awarded a Special Distinction of the President.  Fiona went on to production design Tony Krawitz feature film DEAD EUROPE and Julius Avery’s SON OF A GUN released in 2014.

For television, Fiona costume designed Jane Campion’s television series TOP OF THE LAKE starring Elizabeth Moss, produced by See Saw Films for BBC London and the Sundance Channel.   The series had its world premiere at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.

Some of Fiona’s short film credits include production designing Justin Kurzel’s short film BLUE TONGUE which was selected for official competition at Cannes Critics Week in 2005. In a design collaboration with Alice Babidge, Fiona worked on Ben Briand’s APRICOT which premiered at the 2010 Melbourne International Film Festival and also screened at the Moscow International Film Festival, both in 2010.

Previously Fiona was the Sydney Theatre Company Resident Designer in 2003 and 2004 and she has worked with many of the major theatre companies throughout Australia including Melbourne Theatre Company, Malthouse, Griffin and the Bell Shakespeare Company.  Her set and costume design credits include THE CHERRY ORCHARD (STC), HAMLET (Bell) and THE SHAPE OF THINGS (STC) and as costume designer THE THREE SISTERS, THE CITY and MOVING TARGETFiona designed the set for THE GREAT (STC) and HEDDA GABLER starring Cate Blanchett (STC – Sydney and New York).


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