As a Costume Designer Courtney loves to explore the visual possibilities in story telling and character. Her most recent film, an 1870s Western, DEAD MAN’S BURDEN premiered as part of Los Angeles Film Festival and the costumes were noted as having “careful attention to period detail” by the Hollywood Reporter.
Most recently she’s worked on the set of Quentin Tarantino’s DJANGO UNCHAINED and was a Costume Buyer for DARK SHADOWS and SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN under Costume Designer Colleen Atwood.
After studying Costume Design from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Courtney is thrilled by the challenges each new project brings; be it learning the precise details or a new period or mastering the details of a character with an actor.
Courtney’s first experience with wild horses was on Terence Malick’s film TO THE WONDER and her love and fascination grew from there. She was an avid rider as a child and has been lucky to have continuous exposure with horses through film.