Only the most respected Australian and international stylists, designers, advertising directors, film and television producers, art directors, fashion editors, photographers, personal stylists, personal shoppers, image consultants, celebrity stylists, fashion makers and fashion leaders have contributed to this course provided by the Australian College of Professional Styling.
The College has recruited only the best from an extraordinary range of talent to assist you throughout your course. You’ll even find in-depth information and insider secrets from leading visual merchandisers, food stylists and colour analysts.
Our styling course will show you how to style for film, tv and theatre.
Course Developer – Katharine Morris
The course itself has been developed by Katharine Morris. Katharine has worked in all areas of professional styling. Commencing in wardrobe for the Channel 7 Network, Katharine later worked as an assistant fashion director and then as chief stylist in such areas as photo styling, personal styling, film and television shoots, fashion parades and live concerts and broadcasts.
Katharine Morris previously attended, Sydney College of the Arts to study Object Arts & Design. She also completed a full-time Certificate IV in Clothing Production at TAFE. Her other academic studies include: New York University – University’s Summer Programme, Film study at Tisch School of the Arts, completed Sight and Sound within the undergraduate program, and achieved the highest possible marks. She has also attended the National Institute of Dramatic Arts, Sydney (NIDA), Special Effects & Props. Set & Costume Design. Australian Film, Television & Radio School (AFTRS), Art Direction, a selective course for people working within the industry.
Katharine has styled for a large range of ‘talent’ including Deborra-Lee Furness, Kate Ritchie, Ernie Dingo, Grant Denyer, Tom Williams, Jennifer Hawkins, Paris Hilton and Nicole Kidman.
Her film and television styling experience has seen her work on a variety of programmes including Dancing with the Stars, Home & Away, All Saints, Sunrise, Channel 7’s News & Current Affairs and live events such as Carols in the Domain and the Edinburgh Military Tattoo. She has also styled for premieres, product launches and national events such as the Phantom of the Opera, the Venice Film Festival and Melbourne’s Spring Racing Carnival. She has styled celebrities for years on red-carpet events such as the Logie Awards, MTV Music and Aria Award ceremonies. Her advertising clients have included Telstra, the Commonwealth Bank and Coca-Cola among many others.
Of The Professional Photo, Film, TV & Personal Stylist’s Course, Katharine Morris says: “Stylists are not born, they are taught. And, the simple truth is that it’s not that difficult.”
“Given an interest in styling, a little flair and a willingness to learn, this course will equip you with the professional knowledge and skills required to succeed as a stylist.”
Learn from industry professionals
Many leading stylists and industry professionals have been chosen to contribute to this course because of their specialised skills in certain areas. You’ll find their wealth of experience gives you invaluable insight into every tiny aspect of the industry.
A professional stylist, currently working within the industry and familiar with your styling interests, is assigned as your tutor to assist you throughout the course. It is a condition of College employment that your tutor is a successful, top-notch working professional.
You and your tutor work together to develop ideas and material relating specifically to the areas of styling work that most interest you. This might include such work as:
Fashion styling, wardrobe styling, film production, theatre and television, product and food styling, magazine advertising, catalogue and other print-media styling, and image consultancy, personal shopping, visual merchandising, colour analysis and styling for Internet editorial and advertising.
It’s your tutor’s job to assess your assignments, develop your styling skills and bring you to an appropriate level of professionalism.