Bio

Farnaz Khaki-Sadigh is an Emmy Winning Costume Designer based in Vancouver with over 15 years’ experience in the industry. Following her dreams Farnaz has had the honor of designing for various feature films, television and theatre productions of which her credits include: R.L. Stine’s ‘The Haunting Hour’ Seasons 1 through 4, Afghan Luke, Cruel & Unusual, Poison Ivy: The Secret Society. Highlights of her theatre design credits include Shelter From The Storm, Mimi, Herr Beckman’s People, Palace of the End, Tideline, Prodigal Son and The Trigger for Touchstone Theatre.

In 2013, Farnaz received a Daytime Emmy for Achievement in Costume Design for R.L. Stine’s ‘The Haunting Hour’ season III. In 2012 she received a Daytime Emmy Nominee for Achievement in Costume Design for ‘The Haunting Hour’ and a Canadian Screen Award Nominee for Achievement in Costume Design for ‘Afghan Luke’. In 2011, she received the Jesse Richardson Theatre Award for Outstanding Costume Design in Small Theatre for Mimi: A Poisoner’s Comedy.

Farnaz holds a BFA in Theatre, Technical and Design from the University of British Columbia and a diploma in Fashion Design and Merchandising from John Casablanca’s School of Fashion. She is working towards an MBA in marketing from the University of Liverpool, England. She is skilled in the arts of sewing, pattern drafting for both modern and period productions, draping, illustration, dyeing and breakdown.