Astrid Schulz

Astrid Schulz

Costume Design / Photographer

Costume designer and photographer (still) in London, England

About Astrid

  • Versatile costume design skills (modern, historic and futuristic)
    - Fashion stylist (including music videos and photography)
    - Experienced costume maker (working creatively with different materials)
    - Highly creative and original / eye for detail / problem solving (enjoys challenges)
    - Bilingual (German and English)

    Astrid is a highly creative costume designer with extensive experience in film, TV and media productions as well as the fashion industry. In addition she is working as a professional photographer, often using her design skills for the creation of her images.

    Originally from Germany, where she was running a fashion business in Berlin, Astrid has been living in the UK since 1994. After her inspiring costume studies at 'Wimbledon School of Art 'she has been working on feature films, TV productions, numerous shorts as well as music videos and corporates. In 2013 she was designing her first opera, which went on stage at Barbican (London) and later toured to festivals in Amsterdam, Toronto (2014) and Leon (2015).

    In 2003 Astrid decided to engage professionally with her lifelong interest in photography by studying at 'London College of Communication'; she achieved a graduate certificate with distinction in 2005. Both of her careers go hand in hand and influence each other in a quirky and original way. However, Astrid still keeps her hands busy with costume design and wardrobe construction as creativity and storytelling are her true passions.

Name: Astrid Schulz

Lives in: London, England

Company: Costume Design / Photographer

Occupation: Costume Designer and Photographer (Still)

Unique traits: Magic Reality


  • London Photographic Awards 'Lets Face It' - series entry

  • London Photographic Awards 'Lets Face It' - single entry

  • London Photographic Awards 'Open Competition' - series entry

  • London Photographic Awards 'Beauty and Form' - series entry


  • Lurex

    Lurex (2004)
    Film (short) by Marinella Setti Costume designer

  • Flyfishing

    Flyfishing (2002)
    Film by David L. Williams (Comedy) Costume designer Good-looking, well-spoken Phil is broke and cannot understand how flatmate James has recently acquired a lot of extra cash and a permanent grin on his face. James's secret? Adonis Escorts - 40 pounds an hour, 150 for the night. Faced with imminent eviction, a reluctant Phil is persuaded to join the agency and soon the two gigolos have a loyal following including bored housewife, Frances. In fact business is booming until love rears its ugly head. And then chaos reigns as James falls in love with Phil, Phil falls in love with Helen, Helen takes Phil home to her mother - Frances, Frances goes crazy because she had fallen for her daughter's new boyfriend Phil, and Darren just wants to make it alright - by settling down with James. Who is definitely not gay. Just confused! Written by Anonymous

  • Gimme 6

    Gimme 6 (2001)
    Television (Family) Costume and Wardrobe Department In an old abandoned theater in London, six kids uncover some old magic and discover the power of teamwork. But first they must learn to trust each other and find out who's trying to stop them. It's a story of international intrigue, personal pride, and community spirit. Written by Search for Common Ground

  • Holding On

    Holding On (1999)
    Film by Afonso Reis e Sousa Costume designer 1990s London: A smalltime criminal is hired to commit a killing. A senior barrister is murdered while visiting a suburban brothel. Initial suspicions fall on the barrister's ex-wife until a retired Detective Superintendent - also an old friend of the victim - becomes involved in the investigation to help her clear her name. Written by Jennifer Rome <>

  • On Edge

    On Edge (1999)
    Film (short) by Frazer Lee (Horror) Costume and Wardrobe Department

  • Angels at My Bedside

    Angels at My Bedside (1998)
    Film (short) by David L. Williams Costume designer

  • Pseudo Realities

    Pseudo Realities (1996)
    Film (short) by Jonathan Weissler Costume designer In the aftermath of a nuclear war a lone survivor tells the story of all that lead to the end of the world.


  • London Colledge of Communication

  • Wimbledon School of Art

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