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Birth Place: United Kingdom Profession: costume designer

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Costumer Lindy Hemming worked extensively in British film, primarily in modern attire, but succeeded with entries into period designs as well. Her work ran the gamut from gritty realistic clothing for Mike Leigh films to the cartoon-like glamour of James Bond movies. Hemming attended the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) where she switched her concentration from stage management to design. Upon graduating from RADA, she began her work on the British stage, designing for fringe productions including those at the Open Space Theatre. More work followed, and soon Hemming was designing for West End productions and the famed Royal Shakespeare Company.

Costumer Lindy Hemming worked extensively in British film, primarily in modern attire, but succeeded with entries into period designs as well. Her work ran the gamut from gritty realistic clothing for Mike Leigh films to the cartoon-like glamour of James Bond movies. Hemming attended the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) where she switched her concentration from stage management to design. Upon graduating from RADA, she began her work on the British stage, designing for fringe productions including those at the Open Space Theatre. More work followed, and soon Hemming was designing for West End productions and the famed Royal Shakespeare Company.

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Upon graduation from RADA, worked as a designer for fringe theater productions at Hampstead Theatre Club and the Open Space Theatre
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Was a designer for West End theater productions, the Royal Shakespeare Company and Royal National Theatre
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Met then actor Peter Chelsom while working in London theater
1981:
Designed costumes for the Mike Leigh comedy "Meantime" (aired on television in the United Kingdom)
1983:
Was costume designer for Richard Eyre's "Loose Connections"
1984:
Reteamed with Eyre on "Laughterhouse" and also costumed Bill Forsyth's "Comfort and Joy"
1985:
Costumed David Hare's "Wetherby" and Stephen Frears' "My Beautiful Laundrette"
1986:
Was costume designer for Charles Gormley's "Heavenly Pursuits" and handled costuming for the London set of "84 Charing Cross Road"
1987:
Was costume designer of Mike Leigh's short "The Short and Curlies"
1988:
Designed the costumes for Leigh's feature "High Hopes"
1989:
Was costume designer of the features "The Queen of Hearts" and "When the Whales Came"
1990:
Designed the costumes for Peter Medak's fact-based drama "The Krays"
1991:
Worked as costume designer on Peter Chelsom's "Hear My Song" and reteamed with Leigh on "Life Is Sweet"
1992:
Costumed Mark Herman's "Blame It on the Bellboy" and Stephen Gyllenhaal's "Waterland"
1993:
Was costume designer for Leigh's "Naked"
1994:
Costumed the cast of Mike Newell's "Four Weddings and a Funeral" and Barry Devlin's "All Things Bright and Beautiful"
1995:
Reteamed with director Chelsom as costume designer for his comedy "Funny Bones"
1995:
Was costume designer of Martin Campbell's James Bond vehicle "GoldenEye"
1997:
Was costume designer of Bob Rafelson's "Blood & Wine" and Anthony Hickox's "Prince Valiant" as well as Johnny Depp's directorial debut "The Brave"
1997:
Returned to Bond films, costuming Roger Spottiswoode's "Tomorrow Never Dies"
1998:
Was costume designer of Mark Herman's "Little Voice"
1999:
Costumed Mike Leigh's "Topsy-Turvy"; received Academy Award
1999:
Was costume designer for William Boyd's "The Trench"
1999:
Continued her work as James Bond costumer with Michael Apted's "The World Is Not Enough"
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Education

Royal Academy of Dramatic Art: London , England -

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