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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Visual Effects (feature film)

1.
Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc, The (1999) as Special Effects Make-Up & Hairstylist Supervisor
Mystic, maiden, martyr, it is difficult to dispute that Joan of Arc led a remarkably accomplished life for a peasant girl who never went to school... and never saw her 20th birthday. At 17, she delivered an extraordinary message to her Daughin and, two months later, led her army to victory over the
2.
Farinelli (1995) as Special Effects
Set against a sumptuous world of 18th century Italian high art and music, the story deals with two brothers, Ricardo Broschi and his younger sibling, Carlo. To preserve his beautiful voice, the 7-year-old Carlo undergoes primitive surgery to become a "castrato," glorious male singers who retained th
3.
Queen Margot (1994) as Special Effects
In 16th Century France, a daughter of Catholic royalty agrees to an arranged marriage to a Protestant, thus exemplifying political good faith. Shortly after the wedding, she finds herself amidst the chaos when her husband is captured during a Protestant massacre.

Make-Up (feature film)

4.
Cloud Atlas (2012)
Drama, mystery, action and enduring love thread through a single story that unfolds in multiple timelines over the span of 500 years. Characters meet and reunite from one life to the next. Born and reborn. As the consequences of their actions and choices impact one another through the past, the pr
5.
Son Frere (2003) as Makeup Artist
Thomas and Luc are brothers. Thomas is straight; Luc is gay. Unable to accept his brother's homosexuality, Thomas distances himself. When Thomas contracts a terminal illness, he intrudes into Luc's contented life and asks him to be his caretaker. Luc begrudgingly sacrifices his lover, his job and hi
6.
Those Who Love Me Can Take the Train (1998) as Makeup/Hair
A train full of mourners rumbles unsteadily through the French countryside. Through the train window the mourners can see--travelling parallel in a car of its own--the coffin of the tyrannical painter Jean-Baptiste. Before abandoning an existence that no longer amused him, Jean-Baptiste asked to be
7.
Alice and Martin (1998) as Special Effects Make-Up
Raised in a small French town by his single mother, a hairdresser named Jeanine, 10-year-old Martin is sent to live with Victor, his tyrannical father. Victor has a family of his own: a wife, Lucie, and three sons, Francois, Frederic, and Benjamin. Twelve years later, Martin remains scarred by his c
8.
Marquise (1997) as Hairstyles
Moliere and his best friend and fellow actor, Gros-Rene, witness Marquise dancing for a rough crowd, inspiring Gros-Rene to propose marriage and promise her a Parisian theatrical debut. It is seventeenth century France and this self-assured beauty with the fat comic seem an odd couple. In fact, Marq
9.
Clubbed To Death (1996) as Makeup/Hair Design
A triangular love story which involves a boxer, a dancer, and an attractive 20-ish woman who stumbles into town and inadvertantly reeks havoc on the couple's relationship.
10.
Farinelli (1995) as Hair
Set against a sumptuous world of 18th century Italian high art and music, the story deals with two brothers, Ricardo Broschi and his younger sibling, Carlo. To preserve his beautiful voice, the 7-year-old Carlo undergoes primitive surgery to become a "castrato," glorious male singers who retained th
11.
Farinelli (1995) as Makeup
Set against a sumptuous world of 18th century Italian high art and music, the story deals with two brothers, Ricardo Broschi and his younger sibling, Carlo. To preserve his beautiful voice, the 7-year-old Carlo undergoes primitive surgery to become a "castrato," glorious male singers who retained th
12.
Queen Margot (1994) as Hair Design
In 16th Century France, a daughter of Catholic royalty agrees to an arranged marriage to a Protestant, thus exemplifying political good faith. Shortly after the wedding, she finds herself amidst the chaos when her husband is captured during a Protestant massacre.
13.
Queen Margot (1994) as Makeup Design
In 16th Century France, a daughter of Catholic royalty agrees to an arranged marriage to a Protestant, thus exemplifying political good faith. Shortly after the wedding, she finds herself amidst the chaos when her husband is captured during a Protestant massacre.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

14.
Marquise (1997)
Moliere and his best friend and fellow actor, Gros-Rene, witness Marquise dancing for a rough crowd, inspiring Gros-Rene to propose marriage and promise her a Parisian theatrical debut. It is seventeenth century France and this self-assured beauty with the fat comic seem an odd couple. In fact, Marq
15.
Marquise (1997)
Moliere and his best friend and fellow actor, Gros-Rene, witness Marquise dancing for a rough crowd, inspiring Gros-Rene to propose marriage and promise her a Parisian theatrical debut. It is seventeenth century France and this self-assured beauty with the fat comic seem an odd couple. In fact, Marq

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