Giulia Scrimieri is a London based Costume Designer.

She has designed 8 feature films. Her latest one Bromley Boys, featuring Brennock O’Connor, Alan Davies and Martin McCutcheon is soon to be released. She designed costumes for Late Shift, the first cinematic interactive feature film and 2016 winner of the best mobile app interface. And Love me do premiered at Raindance festival in 2015 and it was shortlisted among the Best UK feature film category.

In advertising she has worked with company such as Weilands, Partizan, Blink Productions, Saatchi and Saatchi, Indy8, Kode, Whitecoat, Tomboy Films, Tangerine Films, The specialist works, and Tee Productions.  Giulia was part of the Spanish costume team for Game of Thrones – Season 7. Other TV works include designing costumes for the Prodijig’s promo video (winners of “Got to Dance” 2014) and for some of their TV appearances.

She has assisted the costume designer for the BBC’s TV series “Not Going out” and costume supervised the Channel 4 TV Drama “London’s Burning”.

She designed costumes for music videos of Olly Murs, Pink Floyd, The Whip, Dan Brown, Bry, Inca Maps and Keels.  Giulia has designed many theatre, opera and contemporary dance shows, including costumes for a charity event “ The Children’s Monologues” by Danny Boyle at the Royal Court ( cast includes Nicole Kidman, Benedict Cumberbatch, …) and “The World’s Greatest show” choreographed by Arthur Pita (Royal Opera House).  Giulia has been nominated for “Best Costume Design” at the International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema in Milan in 2015 for a dance film called

 “Descent” choreographed by Antoine Marc.   She trained in Fashion Styling at Istituto Marangoni, then joined Motley Theatre Design post-graduate course where she studied Costume and Set design.

She gained her Certificate of Higher Education in Dance at Birkbeck. She was a visiting tutor at Birkbeck University in 2015/2016, teaching Costume Design for Dance, as part of the BA (Hons) Contemporary Dance as Creative Practice.