BOSCH LEGACY: Designer Jill Ohanesson Role: Key Costumer 2021
BOOK OF BOBA FETT: Director: Robert Rodriguez Role: 2nd Assistant Costume Designer 2020
OWL MOON: Director: Ben Kasulke | Role: Costume Supervisor 2019
THE DISAPPOINTMENTS:Director: Rich Burns | Role: Costume Designer 2019
AIMEE- Director: Director: Lee Whittaker | Role: Costume Designer 2019
MISS ARIZONA - Director: Autumn McAlpin | Role: Costume Designer 2018
SMALL TOWN CRIME - Directors: The Nelms Brothers | Role: Costume Designer 2018
"KAIJU FURY" - Director Ian Hunter | Role: Costumer + Creature Fabricator 2014
"FOREVER" - Director: Christian Vogeler | Role: Costume Designer 2014
"Blaze Your Trail, Claritin" - Director: Mac Eldridge | Role: Wardrobe Designer 2014
"PHILTRUM" - Director: Rachel Chaya Zisser | Role: Costume Designer 2014
"BREAK A HIP" - Director: Cameron Watson | Role: Costume Designer (Web Series) 2014-2018
"THE APPARTMENT" - Director: Christian Vogeler | Role: Costume Designer 2014
"CATCHING FIREFLIESs" - Director: Lee Whittaker | Role: Costume Designer 2013
"SO LOW" - Director: Amin Maltaqa | Role: Costume Designer + Fabricator (Music Video) 2013
"Icktionary CLOROX" - Director: Steve Delahoyde | Role: Wardrobe Designer (Commercial) 2013
STRANGELY IN LOVE - Director: Amin Maltaqa | Role: Costume Designer 2013
FOR A GOOD TIME CALL,...- Director: Jamie Travis | Wardrobe Assistant 2012
"ADMISSIONS" - Director: Harry Kakatsakis | Role: Set Decorator 2011
"#OMGIMTRENDING - Director: Jorge Enrique Ponce | Role: Set Dresser 2011
LOST ON PURPOSE - Directors: Ian Nelms, Eshom Nelms | Role: Costume Designer 2011
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CATHERINE VELOSA is a versatile designer based out of Los Angeles who specializes in costume and character creation. Her works include theater, film, commercials and videos and is known for her unique artistic background and her passion for bringing the directors vision to life.
Catherine received her B.A. at the University of San Francisco, and while working on her M.F.A. at the California College of Arts, where she developed her skills as a painter and a sculptor. Stemming from her deep love of the arts, with the little free time that she had, Catherine created costumes for lavish affairs and designed window displays for art and beauty stores. Upon graduation, Catherine started her career in theater at the International Company, ClubMed as a head Costume Designer, where she caught the attention of Writers/Directors Eshom Nelms and Ian Nelms. They recognized her eye for detail and color and, in 2013, offered her the opportunity to work on their feature LOST ON PURPOSE, which starred Jane Kaczmarek, C. Thomas Howell and James Lafferty and won multiple film festival awards across the U.S.
From that experience, Catherine fell in love with the rhythm of entertainment production. She has since worked with filmmaker Cameron Watson on his comedic web series, "Break a Hip," starring seven-time Emmy Award Winner Allison Janney, Academy Award a Winner Octavia Spencer, Emmy-nominated Christina Pickles and Carol Cook, now in its second season. She was nominated for Best Costume in the International Filmmakers Festival in London. Velosa has also given her time and expertise to philanthropic causes such as Hilarity for Charity, Seth Rogan and Lauren Miller-Rogan's charity fund for Alzheimer's. At the 2016 event, Catherine was an integral part assisting designer Kate Bergh where she worked with Seth Rogen, SnoopDog, James Corden, Joseph Gordon Levitt and Courtney Love. Additionally, for the past two years, Catherine has served as a creative director for the annual Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch, which attracts tens of thousands of visitors each season.
Most recently, Velosa re-teamed with the Nelms Brothers on their latest feature, SMALL TOWN CRIME, where she worked closely with an incredible ensemble of actors including John Hawkes, Anthony Anderson, Octavia Spencer, Robert Forster, Michael Vartan, James Lafferty, Clifton Collins, Jr., Caity Lotz, Jeremy Ratchford and Dale Dickey. A gritty crime thriller juxtaposed with dark humor, Catherine worked with the directors to create a look and feel that conveyed the quirky, yet menacing characters. Small Town Crime will have its world premiere at the renowned SXSW Film Festival in March 2017.
She continues to think outside of the box in order to bring characters to life and facilitate the vision of the director.