I’ve worked on costuming before, but Nazareth was the first time I could call myself the Costume Designer. For this project, I was the only costumer. I had to be organized, quick, and hardest of all, able to operate under the pressure of a film set.
The pressure of a film set is something I have not yet gotten used to and Nazareth was the most stressful of them all, but through it I can have Anson Williams on my resume and I gained experience that prepared me for the role of a Production Designer.
Each character had their own colors on top of the theme colors of the city that defined the pilot.
Take a look at this quirky wardrobe I coordinated.