BIO

Whitney Anne Adams is a New York City based costume designer & stylist for film, tv, commercials, theatre, dance, and events.  Her most recent film, The Eyes of My Mother, is now streaming online on iTunes, Amazon Video and Netflix.  Her designs for the VR film Broken Night starring Emily Mortimer and Alessandro Nivola can be seen at it's world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2017. 

She wrapped principal photography of Piercing starring Mia Wasikowska and Christopher Abbott in December 2016. Directed by Nicholas Pesce, Piercing is based on Ryu Murakami’s 1994 novel of the same name.  Whitney also just completed designing the romantic drama Irreplaceable You in NYC in April 2017 starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Michiel Huisman, also featuring Christopher Walken, Kate McKinnon, and Steve Coogan.

The Eyes of My Mother (Borderline Presents/Magnet Releasing) premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival on January 22nd 2016 and debuted in theaters on December 2, 2016.  Directed and written by Nicolas Pesce, the film centers on a young, lonely woman who is consumed by her deepest and darkest desires after tragedy strikes her quiet country life.  Cast: Kika Magalhães, Will Brill, Paul Nazak, Flora Diaz, Clara Wong, Diana Agostini. 

Highlights of her assisting career include working for designer Catherine Martin and director Baz Luhrmann for many years, with assistant design work on The Great Gatsby,   Chanel No. 5: The One That I Want,   Strictly Ballroom: The Stage Musical and multiple Met Costume Institute Galas. Whitney has also loved working with the costume designer Amela Baksic - serving as assistant costume designer on the upcoming film Barry directed by Vikram Gandhi which premiered in theaters and on Netflix December 16th and the film Wiener-Dog directed by Todd Solondz. Earlier in 2016, she finished work as the assistant costume designer to William Ivey Long on the NBC variety show Maya & Marty starring Maya Rudolph and Martin Short and featuring many celebrity guests. 

Her extensive theatre and events career include the retelling of the Nutcracker through hip hop dance set to Tchavosky's iconic score in The Hip Hop Nutcracker which is currently touring the country for the third straight year. She's designed three concerts for the band Phish: two New Years Eves at Madison Square Garden and one Halloween show featuring Abe Vigoda in a wombat suit, she designed the grand reopening gala at the Knickerbocker Hotel in Times Square on New Years Eve, Travesties at the Bay Street Theatre, Les Miserables at the Zach Theatre in Austin, Tonight at 8:30 featuring Blythe Danner and Simon Jones at the John Drew Theatre at Guild Hall directed by Tony Walton, as well as numerous other productions in New York, across the country, and internationally. 

Member of  United Scenic Artists, Local 829

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Fun Trivia Facts:  San Francisco Giants fanatic & sports lover, two-game-a-week bowler, film buff, theatre-goer, stand-up attendee, This American Life & Nerdist podcast junkie, big-time Whovian, yogi - runner - spinner.             She runs on Manhattans and tacos.