Instructional Costume Lab Associate for Theatre & Dance
Emily Vallozzi is a Washington D.C.-based costume designer, wardrobe stylist, and seamstress who has been working in the field since graduating from Point Park University in 2007 with a BFA in Technical Theatre and Design.
Emily has been sewing since she was 8 years old and professionally has experience in dance wear, athletic wear, film, photography, TV, and theatre. She worked in the wardrobe department at The Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington D.C. for one season and then became the Wardrobe Assistant at The Washington Ballet for four seasons (2008- 2012.)
After that, she began her design career designing for commercials, theatre, and dance. Favorite costume design credits include Orenda for Jennifer Archibald (2018), Circles with Staycee Pearl Dance Project (2021), Gatsby with Chamber Dance Project (2022), and St. Frank with Vinegar Hill Productions (short film 2017.) Favorite costume construction credits include Wunderland Choreographed by Edwaard Liang (2013), ALICE (in wonderland) Choreographed by Septime Webre and costumes designed by Liz Vandal (2012), and a full costume recreation of José Limón's Missa Brevis for Point Park University (2018.)