“You will never influence the world by trying to be like it.”
Laura Frecon is an Alumni of the New School University/Actors Studio Drama School where she received her M.F.A. and holds a joint B.A. in Theater and Business from the University of Pittsburgh. She is a member of the Costume Designer’s Guild Local 892 in Los Angeles as well as the United Scenic Artists Costume Designer’s Guild Local 829 in New York.
Laura has designed costumes for Film, Television, Theatre, Print, Fashion, Dance and Opera. Her works range from Period Silhouettes to Contemporary Fashion. Ms. Frecon has worked with Costume Designers Lou Eyrich, Sophie DeRakoff, Mary Vogt, Janie Bryant, Audrey Fisher and Judy Ruskin-Howell. She currently works as a Costume Designer, Assistant Costume Designer and Wardrobe Stylist. Other design credits include Broadway Theater, Independent Films, Commercial Production and Fashion Editorial.
Laura’s most noted Film Credits Include: “Kong: Skull Island”, “McFarland, USA”, “Grudge Match”, “Men in Black 3”, “Dinner for Schmucks” and “Loaded”. Noted Television Credits Include: “True Blood”, “Quarry”, “The Brink and “Mad Men-season 4” where her team received an Emmy Nomination for Best Period Costume Design as well as a Costume Designer’s Guild Award Nomination.