Brenda D. Renfroe is a Costume Designer specializing in
period costume design for Theatre and Film. She majored in Drama
and Theatre at the University of Hawaii. After completing her BA, she moved to
New York City where she could hone her craft, starting her career as a singer
and actress then into costume design where she found her niche.
Brenda has worked on over 50 NYC theatre
productions where she designed both contemporary and period costumes. Over the
years, she has expanded her experience to include film and commercials working
on projects for Shoulderhill
Entertainment LLC, Synthetic Cinema
International and Visual Communications.
Most recently she
worked as Costume Designer for "The Volunteer" directed by Vicky Wight and "Dead Souls" directed by Colin Theys for Synethic Cinema,
an NBC Chiller feature which aired
Work also includes TV
presentation of "The Elisha Stockwell Story" for Palace Productions; commercials for Shoprite and Nice Pak.
Earlier work - Beyonce's World Tour with Chris March and on the wardrobe
crew of "The Private Lives of Pippa Lee" directed by Rebecca Miller.
En Vogue is her company, under
which she continues her work in costume design, fabrication and wardrobe
styling. Browse through the site for a more in-depth view.