Isabella Andronos | Biography

Isabella Andronos is a set and costume designer who works across film, opera and theatre. She holds a Bachelor of Dramatic Arts (Design) from the National Institute of Dramatic Arts and a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours: Class I) from Sydney College of the Arts.

Isabella has been nominated for four Australian Production Design Guild (APDG) awards. Winner: APDG Award for Emerging Live Performance Design 2014, Set Design: The Greeks (Dir. John Sheedy, NIDA). Nominations: APDG Award for Emerging Live Performance Design 2015, Set and Costume Design: Fewer Emergencies (Dir. Susanna Dowling, NIDA), APDG Award for Costume Design for Stage 2015: A Midsummer Night's Dream (Dir. Susanna Dowling, Sport For Jove) and Blood Wedding (Dir. Kristine Landon-­‐ Smith, NIDA).

Her production design credits include: The Greenhouse (Feature film, Dir. Tom Wilson), Green River I (Short Film, Dir. Nick Andrews), Green River II (Short Film, Dir. Nick Andrews), The Fairy Queen (Opera, Dir. Elsie Edgerton-­‐Till, The Sydney Conservatorium of Music), Il Tabarro (Opera, Dir. Constantine Costi, Alfie's Newtown), The Screwtape Letters (Theatre Show, Dir. Hailey McQueen, Clock and Spiel Productions, Seymour Centre), This, This Is Mine (Theatre Show, Dir. Duncan Ragg, Corinthian Food Store Collective) and Rausch (Theatre Show, Dir. Elsie Edgerton-­‐Till, NIDA).

Isabella has also worked as a swing dresser on Matilda: The Musical (HOD: Sue Lyons, Sydney Lyric Theatre) for Miss Honey/Mrs. Wormwood, the child cast and the female ensemble. She also had the great fortune of collaborating with director, Agnes Baginska on a miniature for her film Last Tree Standing, which was created as part of the MA in Film David Lynch Scholarship. The film was selected to premier at Festival de Cannes.


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