Suzanne Osmond is a course leader and senior lecturer at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in Sydney, Australia. She has been a costume supervisor and project manager for diverse projects including the Asian Games in Doha, the Sydney Olympics Opening Ceremony, The Lion King (Disney) and Love Never Dies (Really Useful Company). In 2017, she was post-doctoral research fellow within the funded ‘Costume Methodologies’ research project at Aalto University, Finland. She has recently contributed a chapter to the book, Performance Costume: New Perspectives and Methods (Bloomsbury).
Contact: National Institute of Dramatic Art, 215 Anzac Parade, Kensington, 2033, New South Wales, Australia.