Michelle Roy is a NYC based Costume Designer and artist working in television, film and theatre.
Since graduating from NYU Tisch with her MFA in Costume Design, Michelle has experienced working on a variety of projects including Episodic TV, Independent film, and high budget Feature Films. She has found her passion in this fast paced exciting world of TV/Film and in her down time enjoys drawing and creating T-shirts (an example currently featured on this site).
Michelle has worked extensively with Emmy nominated Costume Designer Daniel Lawson, and Assistants David Brooks and Daniele Hollywood.
Meet the team (click link below) in our 2016 Creative Arts Emmy Award "Meet me in :30" Video: Daniel Lawson: Meet me in :30
Some of Michelle's recent theatrical design credits are the world premiere of Describe the Night by Rajiv Joseph (NYU Tisch), a Merce Cunningham MinEvent choreographed by Rashaun Mitchell (NYU Second Ave. Dance Company), and 2nd Assistant to Susan Hilferty in Shakespeare in the Park's production of King Lear starring John Lithgow.
Michelle is a 2015 graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts with a Master of Fine Arts in Costume Design and a 2011 graduate of Ithaca College with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatrical Production Arts, concentration in Costume Design.