Mini Bio (1)
Born in Germany to Californians living abroad, Audrey grew up in Los Angeles. After graduating from Occidental College, she moved to New York to pursue her love of theater, and received her M.A. in Performance Studies at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts with an emphasis on Costume. During graduate school, she got a day job sewing hats at beloved local hat maker, Lola Millinery, and busily created costumes for downtown off-Broadway productions on the side. Through NYU colleagues, Audrey landed a job designing in Graz, Austria, which led to her working on several more opera and theater productions in Graz, and also Stuttgart & Leipzig, Germany. When she moved back to Los Angeles in the late 1990s, she was quickly hired as resident assistant Costume Designer at The Center Theatre Group (The Mark Taper Forum and the Ahmanson Theaters), and assisted on dozens of productions, while again also designing for local avant-garde theaters. Finally diving into world of TV and Film, Audrey started out as assistant Costume Designer on "That 70s Show," followed by films "We Are Marshall" and "Milk." Her big break came with designing the costumes for HBO's epic vampire drama "True Blood," and she stayed on for all seven seasons of that ground-breaking show. Directly after "True Blood" wrapped, Audrey signed on to design the pilot and first season of Amazon's acclaimed "Man in the High Castle." She then designed Netflix's fashion saga "Girlboss" and HBO's dark comedy "Barry," currently in its second season. When Karyn Kusama tapped her to design the costumes for her modern noir, "Destroyer," Audrey was excited to collaborate with the visionary director and her talented team on the film's gritty, real look. Creating the costumes for Nicole Kidman and the incredible cast was a thrilling challenge. Audrey is a proud member of the Costume Designers Guild local 892 since 2000.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Audrey Fisher