Pasadena, CA native and MPC 705 member Douriean Fletcher’s latest work can be seen in this week’s release of the hotly-anticipated film Black Panther. She creates wearable art pieces inspired by the African diaspora and her studies in South Africa. Fletcher’s handmade jewelry tells a story and conveys character; her work has previously been featured on NCIS: New Orleans, The Voice, Roots, and TLC’s The Beauty Masters. MPC 705 was able to catch up with her and get a brief rundown on her craft and her creations for this monumental film.
Noel Leonard’s love of film and television inspired him to explore the world of motion picture costuming. This passion would eventually transform into an impressive career spanning three decades, working on fan favorite TV shows and some of the biggest films of our era.
Lisa Marie Harris began her career designing clothes and dressing windows before making the leap to Hollywood and delving into music videos and commercials. She uses her ingenuity on-set to create costume accessories seemingly out of thin air and to deal with growing child actors and changing sizes.
Bethany Jane Bohatila has been in the film and TV business for nearly three decades, costuming actors of all stripes on soap operas, game shows, cable prestige shows, and feature films. Her wide range of experience runs the gamut from working as a shopper to serving as a costume supervisor.
Bob Iannaccone has worked in costuming for forty years, cutting his teeth and honing his skills on legendary film and TV productions. He enjoyed stints as a Set Costumer, Background Key, and Costume Supervisor on a wide range of projects.