Harmony Arnold is an experienced costume designer and stylist with roots in devised theatre performance, dance and drawing. A native of coastal Oregon, Harmony has been in the business of clothes in Seattle for over 20 years.
Her portfolio is comprised of a range of multi-faceted projects, including costume design for film and theatre, and wardrobe, hair + makeup styling for narrative film, advertising, and VR production.
She has been a tenured Professor of Performing Arts + Arts Leadership at Seattle University for 15 years and is on the board of directors at the Kirkland Art Center. She also serves on the University Core and Arts + Sciences Curriculum Committees at Seattle University, working to cultivate curriculum that honors creativity and the arts as powerful tools for shaping civic leadership and discourse.
Harmony has designed costumes regionally for the 5th Avenue Theatre, ACT Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, INTIMAN Theatre Festival, On the Boards, and the Village Theatre, among others. For the past 7 years, she has been part of a creative research team working to test wardrobe, hair + makeup styling techniques for successful capture in virtual reality filmmaking.
She holds an MFA in Costume Design from the University of Oregon and is a member of the United Scenic Artists Local USA 829.
Seattle based / ready to travel