Suttirat Anne Larlarb has been designing costumes and sets for film and theater internationally for the past 17 years. She is a frequent collaborator with Danny Boyle on projects for film, television and theater including the London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony (Emmy Award for Outstanding Art Direction), Slumdog Millionaire (Costume Designers’ Guild Award), 127 Hours (Art Directors Guild Award nomination) and Trance, Sunshine and Frankenstein at London’s National Theatre. Other films include The Walk directed by Robert Zemeckis, three films for directors Shari Springer-Berman and Bob Pulcini: 10,000 Saints, The Extra Man and Cinema Verite (Emmy nomination), Anton Corbijn’s The American and Philippe Farladeau’s The Good Lie.
Broadway credits include costume designs for Finding Neverland, Of Mice and Men and the upcoming musical Waitress. She also designed sets and costumes for The Killer at Theatre for a New Audience and costumes for Macbeth at Hartford Stage. She is an associate professor in costume design at Carnegie Mellon University.