Ciera Wells (costume designer)
Before returning to New York City in 2005 to complete her MFA in costume design at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Ciera Wells (costume design & construction) spent four years in Antwerp, Belgium and Nagoya, Japan teaching and designing costumes for theater, dance, and film. Most recently she’s been designing for film, dance, and theater in NYC including several NYU theses and short films. Recent projects include In Continuum’s Romeo and Juliet in Florence Italy (remounted at NYC’s Classic Stage Company), Green Girl directed by Wendy McClellan (as part of the Summer Play Festival at the Public Theater), New York Classical Theater’s Misalliance, The Winter’s Tale directed by Jonathan Rosenberg, Angels in America directed by Benny Sato Ambush, Bluemouth’s What the Thunder Said, various projects for the 52nd Street Project, and works by choreographers Cherylyn Lavignino and Christopher Williams. She is currently designing her first feature film, The Imperialists are Still Alive, directed by Zeina Durra and produced by Hi, Jack Films, LLC.