Though Silvanne E.B. Park began her career as a fashion stylist and fashion show producer, she soon realized that her talents were much better suited to costume design. Her skill, imagination and passion for storytelling through costumes have quickly earned her success and recognition within the industry.
Silvanne worked on the award-winning short film “What to Bring to America” (2010), along with students from the USC School of Cinematic Arts.
Her costume designs for the play Camino Real(2012)
performed at the Boston Court Performing Arts Center in Pasadena, California — were nominated for
Best Costume Design by L.A. Weekly’s critics’ awards in 2012.
Silvanne has designed costumes for numerous films, plays and dance performances, shown at venues such as the California Institute of the Arts/REDCAT, the USC School of Cinematic Arts, the Boston Court Performing Arts Center, and the Ruhrtriennale Art Festival in Essen, Germany.
Silvanne has a bachelor’s degree in fine arts and fashion from the Art Institute of Chicago, as well as a master's degree in costume design from the California Institute of the Arts. And also, she studied fashion styling on a one -year exchange program in Milano, Italy.