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Judy b Swartz
Allyson b fanger
phillip boutte jr
Robert Meyer Burnett
New Host Robert Meyer Burnett
Robert Meyer Burnett is an American filmmaker, DVD producer and, online film pundit and YouTuber. Burnett directed Free Enterprise and the short film The Sacred Fire. He has also edited over 10 feature films, and worked as a Star Trek consultant for Viacom Interactive and Paramount Parks' Star Trek: The Experience located at the Las Vegas Hilton.
Burnett has twice been a guest of honor at the science, science fiction, and fantasy convention, convergence.
Host Robert Meyers Burnett
Robert showing off his Rocketeer figurine doing a shout out post to Costume Designer Marilyn Vance.
Host Phillip Boutte Jr
With guest John Campea!
Phillip Boutte Jr Concept Artist
PHIL BOUTTÉ JR.
COSTUME CONCEPT ARTIST
Phillip has been working as a Costume Concept Artist/ Production Designer for film, music video and television for the past 12 years. Within the last few years, he has illustrated for a multitude of blockbuster hits including Marvel’s Black Panther, Maleficent 2: Mistress of Evil, Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, Captain Marvel, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Avengers Infinity War, Thor, Man of Steel, Inception, Star Trek 2 & 3, The Justice League, Marvel’s Agents of Shield, The Greatest Showman, and most recently, the upcoming Jungle Cruise starring Dwayne Johnson and the highly anticipated live action reboot, He-man: Masters of the Universe for which he will be Assistant Costume Designing Specialty Costumes. He has also Production Designed several music videos for artist such as Ariana Grande, The Black Keys, Panic at the Disco, Tiesto feat. Busta Rhymes, Travie McCoy, Fefe Dobson, Hot Chelle Rae, Saint Motel and the UK band The Blackout. Phillip currently lives in Valencia, CA with his lovely wife Jessica, daughter Alina (jellybean!), a cat named Frida Khalo and a miniature Aussie named Cherry.
Judy B Swartz
Judy B. Swartz is an established empire builder. She can do it all from driving costume and clothing designs, celebrity styling and creating entire fashion empires. Judy’s career has included creating and creative directing successful brands such as Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Hannah Montana, Melissa McCarthy, Jane Fonda, Ryan’s World (Pocket.Watch), etc. Summer / Fall 2019, you will see Judy’s creative direction for the Jane Fonda Leisure Line launch. For Film and Music, Judy’s successes include styling for Neil Diamond, Phil Collins, Harry Connick Jr, Cheap Trick, Katey Sagal, Lily Tomlin, Whoopi Goldberg, Tim Roth, Margaret Cho … to name just a few.
Over 80 music videos for over 50 top grossing artists, 30 TV Movies, 8 TV Series and 8 Feature Films (movies, TV Shows and miniseries … HBO, PBS, Showtime, ABC, NBC and CBS)
Judy B. Swartz helped Melissa McCarthy win kudos for her Red Carpet and Special Events and global press tours for her highly successful feature films including Spy, The Boss, and Ghostbusters. In addition to her prior work with Melissa McCarthy, Judy is now helping other celebrities and entertainment companies create their own Lifestyle brands. Judy loves and embraces her work and says, “My eye and expertise can take any apparel product and drive enthusiasm, excitement and sales. I have an uncanny knack for prognosticating major fashion trends years before they hit the retailers.” Judy also has a passion for creating and designing clothing to make women of all ages feel good about themselves. Judy B Swartz official website on link below
Allyson B Fanger
Allyson B Fanger is best known for her work on the popular Netflix series Grace and Frankie, starring Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Sam Waterston, Martin Sheen, Brooklyn Decker, and June Diane Raphael. Her costume design on the series has earned her multiple Primetime Emmy nominations as well as several Costume Designer’s Guild nominations.
Allyson’s work on Grace and Frankie has not only won her recognition amongst her peers, but has also had a seminal effect on the culture of style at large. Allyson’s vision for these characters, who just happened to be “of a certain age,” has been lauded in the press as inspirational, empowering and transformational for viewers of all ages. Allyson has been credited with bringing the notion as well as the visual psychology of truly ageless style into mainstream media. Her attention to detail and natural ability to create multilayered, textural characters of every age has drawn a huge following for the style elements and costuming achievements on the series.
Allyson began her career working in fashion editorials and commercials in Minneapolis, MN where she spent her childhood, but it was through scripted television and film that she found her true calling. Designing costumes for narrative film combines her love of story telling and visual art. Allyson’s extensive travels to Southeast Asia and her BA degree in social anthropology and art merge, allowing her to design unique aesthetics for complex characters. Her guiding vision is to find inspiration from life, and real people become her character muses. The magic is in the details, and Allyson has cultivated the lens by which the magic is easily excavated.
Georgina is a member of the Costume Designers Guild of America and the Motion Picture Costumers Union 705. Georgina has dressed and styled Award Winning actors on internationally acclaimed TV series and Films professionally for over 10 years. Georgina has designed Commercials , Music Videos and Live TV shows.
The photoshoots on this website are all self-produced by Georgina, from concept to production, she has collaborated with highly acclaimed crew, photographers, designers and Artists from around the World.
When fashion and film collide—as the respectively mammoth industries they are—the financial potential is huge. Only, for decades, the brains behind such collaborations have rarely been celebrated.
Take Polish costume designer Mona May, who wrangled the iconic wardrobes of many of the ‘90s and ‘00s most popular films (including Clueless, Never Been Kissed, The Wedding Singer, Enchanted, and Romy and Michele's High School Reunion).
Working in the industry for three decades, May has racked up seventy credits as a costume designer and played a multi-million dollar role in their success.
Take 1995’s Clueless, which May describes as her “lucky break” following six years on made-for-TV movies and now-unknown shows. Despite its small budget, the film grossed $56.1 million in the United States during its theatrical run alone, as well as a seventy-outfit fashion legacy that would pay off for years to come.
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