Kat Jeffery

Kat Jeffery, NYU/Tisch

Kat Jeffery is a costume and character designer from Canada.

Trained as a dancer, Kat grew up storytelling through movement. Much of her inspiration derives from physical comedy and kinetic sculpture. Before moving to New York, Kat worked seasonally in the Rocky Mountains. Being completely disconnected from technological society, it was there Kat learned valuable lessons in building small communities. Now, city based, she continues working in small communities collaborating with artists from a myriad of disciplines.

Recent New York theatre credits include: NYU Grad Acting (A Winter’s Tale, The Invention of X, Class of 2018 Cabaret), Columbia Stages (Babette’s Feast, A Dream Play, Optics). In Canada: Victoria Operatic Society (Thoroughly Modern Millie), Victoria Shakespeare Festival (Taming of the Shrew, Henry V ), Theatre Inconnu (The Vibrator Play, Billy the Kid) and a feature film (Two4One) which received a Leo Award nomination for Best Costume Design.

Sketch of Queen of the Night from Mozart’s The Magic Flute

Sketch of Queen of the Night from Mozart’s The Magic Flute

Invention of X: Blake Anemone

Invention of X: Blake Anemone
by Eric Ehn
Conceived and Directed by: Orlando Pabatoy
Costume Design: Kat Jeffery and Matt Riley
Set Design: Margaux Maeght
Lighting Design: Alex Mannix
Sound Design: Fabian Obispo

NYU Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Production
Photography: Ella Bromblin

Sketches of William Blake from Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man 

Sketches of William Blake from Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man

A Winter’s Tale

A Winter’s Tale
by William Shakespeare
Directed by: Mark Wing-Davey
Costume Design: Kat Jeffery
  Set Design: Simon Schabert
Lighting Design: Reza Behjat
Sound Design: John McKenna

NYU Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Production
Photography: Ella Bromblin