Mini Bio (1)
Best-known for her costume design work on HBO's hit series, Deadwood (2004), award-winning costume designer Janie Bryant has been obsessed with fashion and design since her childhood spent in Cleveland, Tennessee. By age six, she was creating breathtaking outfits for her dolls out of her mother's old aprons and scavenged socks from the family's laundry basket.
She merged her love of fashion and design with a natural talent for drawing and painting, which she nurtured while attending Georgia State University, where she studied art and then moved on to the American College of the Applied Arts, where she continued to pursue her love of fashion design. Upon graduating Cum Laude, she moved to Paris and then to New York, where she worked closely with fashion designer John Scher. With a few commercials and films under her belt, she headed west to Los Angeles.
Ironically, one of her first jobs in Los Angeles took her back to New York, working on David Milch's television series, Big Apple (2001). Her collaboration with Milch continued two years later when he asked Janie to design his new HBO project, Deadwood (2004). Janie took to the challenge with verve and the cutting edge series has taken off - In 2005, both the series and Janie took home Emmys.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Lea Law
|Peter Yozell||(4 September 2011 - present)|