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    Richard la Motte

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by: Richard la Motte

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Written by an award-winning costume designer, this book offers an in-depth insight into the costume design business, department operations and management.

 

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Richard LaMotte grew up in southeastern Virginia and has made frequent trips to the Outer Banks of North Carolina over four decades. He currently resides on Maryland’s Eastern Shore where his wife, Nancy, started a sea-glass jewelry business using shards from the nearby Chesapeake Bay. While researching glass history for a lecture in 2002, he began to pursue answers to questions posed by his wife’s customers. This led to more extensive research into glass colors, as well as the physics and chemistry behind the glass forms found in a shoreline environment. Since 1984, Richard has worked for a water analysis company with products that rely heavily on detailed color matching and has written two consumer handbooks on water testing. In his spare time, he has spent hours on the Chesapeake carefully studying close to 30,000 shards of sea glass to produce this in-depth study.
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Written by an award-winning costume designer, this book offers an in-depth insight into the costume design business, department operations and management.

 

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ISBN: 978-0941188357
SKU: 1831272/Done
Publisher: Michael Wiese Productions
Publish Date: February 2010
Page Count: 216

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    Richard has structured his book from an insider’s point of view – a rare glimpse of what it takes, step by step, to achieving your goals in the costume industry. A road map to success from a true master of the craft.

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    The information in this book is both true and valuable, and anyone who reads it has access to years of the kind of mentorship that has largely vanished from our industry.

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    Richard loves his craft and it shows in every line. He has given us a comprehensive, step-by-step analysis of the Costume Designer’s work. Of great value to both the interested amateur and the budding professional.