Joanna Mae Park
Joanna Mae Park is a much sought-after costume designer. Her credits include Palm Beach (2019) for director Rachel Ward; the critically acclaimed film Felony for Goalpost Pictures (dir. Matthew Saville, 2013), which screened at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival; Adoration (dir. Anne Fontaine/ Hopscotch Features, 2013) starring Naomi Watts and Robin Wright, which screened at Sundance in 2013; the NBC/Universal series Camp (Matchbox Pictures, 2013); Wish You Were Here (dir. Kieran Darcy Smith/ Aquarius Films, 2012) starring Joel Edgerton and Teresa Palmer, which opened the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and was nominated for an AACTA Award for Best Film and AFI nominated The Tree (dir. Julie Bertuccelli/ L’Arbre Films, 2010).
She has extensive short credits that include AACTA nominated short The Telegram Man (dir. James Francis Khehtie, 2011), the 30-minute short film The Last Race (dir. Jeremy Cumpston, 2011) and Cryo (dir. Luke Doolan, 2012). Other shorts Joanna has designed costumes for include China Dolls (dir. Tony Ayres, 1998), What’s Going On, Frank? (dir. John Polson, 1995), God’s Bones (dir. Samantha Lang, 1993) and A Bit of A Tiff with the Lord (dir. Peter Duncan, 1995).
In Sydney she collaborates on large campaigns involving Australia’s biggest brands as Art Director and Costume Designer with Production Companies such as Revolver,The Glue Society, Scoundrel and Exit .
Most recently, Joanna has designed costumes for The Unlisted, an upcoming television series for Aquarius Films and Netflix, as well as the highly anticipated feature film Penguin Bloom (dir. Glendyn Ivin) for Made Up Stories and Pacific Standard.