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Catherine Elhoffer, Costume Designer, began her with short films, most notably “The Maiden and the Princess” and “Quiet”, both of which have received numerous awards for their message and design. She expanded her portfolio to include feature films, webseries, commercials, music videos, personal design commissions, and some light theater work. She worked as a costume designer with Lenore Andriel, Michael Biehn, James Russo, Michael Spears, & Eddie Spears in Yellow Rock; with Dean Cain, Erika Eleliak, Michael Gross, & Kristen Renton in Meant to Be; with David A.R. White, Ray Wise, Brian Bosworth, & Steve Borden in Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End; and with Bill Oberst Jr. in both The Princess and the Pony and Children of Sorrow. She works as a freelance designer, moving from project to project. The internet is where some of the most interesting movements in television viewership is shifting, and her work here has been some of her most exciting. Mac Miller’s music video for Missed Calls has over 11 million views; Once Upon for MysteryGuitarMan on Youtube had over a 1.5 million views, Jeff and Ravi Fail History has over a million and MyMusic, which includes Adam Bush & Grace Helbig, has over 25 million views. She works often with the Nerdist Channel, including a music video with Chris Hardwick and Swedish Chef, Gersberms (Yer Gervin Mah), Dork Fork starring Andie Bolt and with guests like John Hennigan, Hannah Hart, Brea Grant, Yvette Nicole Brown, & Alton Brown, and a news show starring the Sklar Brothers, Nerd Down & 10. One of the most creative behind the scenes careers where one gets to make actors look like the characters they are playing. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes' Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com
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