Styling the costumes on short film Xynthia by director Ansgar Hoeckh.
Fascinating sculptural costume.
Mary BrennanThe Herald, 27 September 2012
I will certainly be in touch if any other opportunities arise, it was a pleasure to work with you, and the way you managed your team was really impressive.
Ian SmithMischief LaBas Artistic Director
Thanks again for the costumes, they were beautifully made and I was very impressed by the quality of everything you produced and the thought that went into the details of each outfit so as to make them look good visually and still be easy to use by the performers.
John-Leigh CasselsArtistic Director
Extremely professional and organised in her manner and delivery of the project. (…) inventive artist that she combines with her organisational and management skills.
Alan RichardsonConflux Project Director
A pleasure to work with and very professional.
The hardest working woman in Rock N Roll.
Francis GallopTheatre designer
I just wanted to say again how truly great the costumes look. And you have stuck so incredibly well to the budget brief!
Remarkable, chrysalis-like hemp costume [...] attractive to look at, particularly when the light shimmers through the rough fabric
Joyce McMillanThe Scotsman, 27th September 2012
Mona came in at short notice, grasped the project quickly [...] The results were fantastic. Extremely well made, durable and delivered on time, which was very important. We will use her services again, and would highly recommend her.
Big Rory and Ochie the Dog!
Mona’s work for my film and theatre pieces was superb. The designs and final pieces were better than I could have hoped, and she worked closely with me to ensure I was happy with the work. I would recommend without hesitation.
Alexander StevensonVisual Artist
It was an absolute pleasure to wear the dress you made for me. I loved it and it looked wonderful on stage. I was quite sad to have to hang it back up and leave it at the theatre!
Thanks so much for your work.
Matthew FosterAssociate Director
Thanks again for your work
With Chris Elliott, dressed in a period military uniform already hidden amidst the leaves of the Palm House, Emma Morwood in the flowing grey dress of a WW1 nurse, gives a long, wistful performance of the song as she changes cloak for apron, a nurse preparing for a day on the wards.