Guelph local, Lee Diemer's costume design skills are now featured in the award winning production of Sworn.

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Guelph native, Lee Diemer is designing her way to an exciting career as a Costume Designer in the Los Angeles Film and television industry. Lee's work is now featured in the award winning production of Sworn and she has completed 20 plus productions and other shorts, mini series, music videos and commercials.

Guelph native, Lee Diemer is designing her way to an exciting career in the Los Angeles Film and television industry. In less than 2 years since completing her education as a Costume Designer at FIDM in LA, Lee's work is now featured in the award winning production of Sworn along with several other successful productions.

Lee has been Costume Designer for 20 plus productions, including; director Wesley Quinn’s Sworn which was recently featured at The Mammoth Film festival and has been the winner of several awards and director Nikki Born’s Haunt, the 2018 horror short which is being considered as a mini series by MXN Entertainment. Additional Designer work includes other shorts, mini series, music videos and commercials.

In addition to her Costume Designer work, Lee has been part of the costume department on several large scale productions. These include: Oscar winning feature film Ford vs Ferrari directed by James Manigold, and starring Christian Bale and Matt Damon, Why Not Chose Love: A Mary Pickford Manifesto directed by Jennifer DeLia and starring Cary Elwes, Luke Arnold and Sophie Kennedy Clark (in post production), and the soon to be released Netflix series Ratched created by Ryan Murphy, starring Sarah Paulson.

Born in Guelph, Lee moved with her family to Rockwood in 1999 where she attended Rockwood Centennial School, followed by High School at JF Ross in Guelph. Lee completed a Fashion Arts Diploma at Humber College in 2014, then moved to Los Angeles for more intensive education at FIDM for Product Development and Film & TV Costume Design.

Lee has rapidly grown her career, beginning with designing the costumes for short films out of the American Film Institute (AFI) and continues to design costumes for exciting new projects such as the recently released music video The Drug in Me is Re-imagined from band Falling in Reverse (over 5 million views).

Next time you watch a movie or check out a new series on Netflix, keep your eye out for Lee’s name in the credits to celebrate the success of another talented Guelph local.

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