Acted in short films "Amelia and the Angel" and "Peepshow", directed by Russell; also designed costumes and wigs
Came out of retirement at the urging of director Charles Sturridge who asked her to design costumes for the TV miniseries "Gulliver's Travels"; earned Emmy nomination
Created the period look for the WWII-era drama "Hope and Glory"; last film work for a decade
Created the various period costumes for the acclaimed TV miniseries "Longitude", helmed by Sturridge
Designed costumes for Russell's TV biography "Isadora Duncan, the Biggest Dancer in the World"
Earned second Academy Award nomination for costume design for the epic "Reds", directed by and starring Warren Beatty
Designed the costumes for "I Dreamed of Africa"
Did the costumes for the biographical miniseries "Wagner"
In the 1970s, owned and operated a costume firm, "The Last Picture Frock"; eventually sold outfit to the costumier Angels
Received first Oscar nomination for costumes for "Agatha"; also served as production designer
With Tim Goodchild, co-designed costumes for "The Little Prince", directed by Stanley Donen
Worked as assistant at the Bath Costume Museum
Created the period costumes for Russell's two-part look at the Romantic poets, "Clouds of Glory"
Final credit, designing the costumes for the TV production "Shackleton", directed by Sturridge; aired in USA on A&E posthumously
Final film as costumer, "Enigma"
Met future husband and collaborator Ken Russell at Walthamstow College of Art
On honeymoon, posed for photo-essay about the Bronte family
Returned to designing motion pictures with "Fairytale - A True Story", directed by Sturridge