Giulia Scrimieri made her Birmingham Royal debut as Designer for City of a Thousand Trades, part of the 2021 Curated by Carlos season.
Giulia Scrimieri is a film, tv and stage designer. She has designed the costumes for a number of contemporary dance shows, including Arthur Pita’s The World’s Greatest show (Royal Opera House), and for theatre, including The Children’s Monologues by Danny Boyle (charity event at the Royal Court).
Film credits as costume designer includes Ipman 4 (UK costume designer), Late Shift (interactive feature film), The Bromley Boys, and Break.
She has designed costumes for a few short dance films including Descent by Antoine Marc, Business is Brutal by Jack Thomson and Dante Sonata by Margaret Williams and music videos for Olly Murs, Pink Floyd, Dan Brown and The Whip.
Giulia was the assistant costume designer on Norsemen (season 3 Netflix), on Frankie Drake Mysteries (season 3 ep.1 / CBC). She was part of the Spanish costume team for Game of Thrones (season 7/ HBO). She assisted on the TV show Not Going out (BBC) and costume supervised the TV Drama London’s Burning (Channel 4). She was the UK costume supervisor on the Hong Kong tv series Flying Tiger (season 2).
Her work in advertising includes company such as Unit 9, Weilands, Partizan, Kode, Saatchi and Saatchi, Tomboy Films, Blink Productions, Indy8 and The Specialist Works.
Giulia trained in Fashion Styling at Istituto Marangoni, followed by costume and set design at Motley Theatre Design.