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Nicole Schott is a versatile and talented costume designer known for her ability to bring directors' creative visions to life through captivating visual narratives. With a keen eye for fit and detail, she seamlessly navigates contemporary, period, and fantasy genres, always enriching story and character. With her extensive experience, attention to detail, and passion for storytelling, Nicole continues to be a sought-after costume designer in the film and television industry.

Her passion for storytelling through costume began at a young age, leading her to pursue formal education in fashion history and theatrical design. Her dedication and skill were recognized early in her career when she received a Kennedy Center award for her design of "From Berlin to Broadway" while completing her BFA at Emerson College. This honor afforded her the opportunity for a week-long series of masterclasses with top industry professionals in Washington, D.C. That experience inspired her to earn her MFA in Costume Design from the University of California, Irvine, solidifying her technical skills and artistic sensibility.

After establishing herself in the world of theatrical design, Nicole transitioned into film and television, where she found her true calling. She thrives on the collaborative nature of these mediums and the ability to explore character development through costume. Nicole is known for her excellent communication skills, ingenuity and ability to work seamlessly with directors, actors, and production teams to elevate the cinematic expression. 

Whether working on contemporary dramas like the SXSW-selected "High Tide” starring Marco Pegossi and Marisa Tomei and "Red Band Society" with Mandy Moore and Octavia Spencer or historical recreations for the upcoming "American Skyjacker", Nicole's costumes are a testament to her artistic diversity and her ability to bring characters to life.

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