Production & Costume Designer
Leon Krasenstein is a Sydney-based Costume Designer and Stylist for television and film.
Leon recently finished costume designing on Abe Forsyth's new feature film Little Monsters (produced by Jodi Matterson, Bruna Papandrea and Steve Hutensky).
Most recently, he was the Costume Designer for Abe Forsythe’s feature, Down Under, and season 1 of the Bondi Hipsters’ hilarious ABC comedy, Soul Mates, and season 2, which was a collaboration between United States comedy streaming channel Seeso and the ABC.
His other screen work includes Costume Designer for the sci-fi drama feature Terminus, Hoopla (ABC), Dreaming of Mum (Metro Screen) and Sick (MTV), and Production Designer for Dating the H-Bomb (ABC). Leon has also designed on music videos for Timomatic, Dead Letter Circus, Johnny Ruffo, Justice Crew, Samantha Jade, The Ruebens, and Andrew Desilva.
Leon’s theatre credits include Rake’s Progress (Victorian Opera), The Removalists (Perth Theatre Company), Heart Matters (Tasdance), Rhapsody (NICA’s Circus), Firebird (Australian Ballet – nominated for a 2009 Green Room Award), Die Fledermaus (Opera Queensland), The Marriage of Figaro (The Australian Opera Studio), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (West Australian Ballet – nominated for a 2006 Helpmann Award for Best Costume Design), Dangerous Liaisons, The Red Shoes and Alice (all for West Australian Ballet), The Barber of Seville (Opera Austalia) and Tears From a Glass Eye for Black Swan Theatre Company.
Leon has worked on a variety of commercials for the following companies - Finch, Exit, Rabbit, Revolver, Collider, Good Oil, Japco, Plaza, Photo Play, Film Graphics, Walkabouts and The Feds on the following brand campaigns; Tourism Australia, Commbank, Abbot's Breads, Samsung, Aldi, Nissan, Telstra, Sony, Mortein and 1Direction.
Leon's event and corporate designs include: Alcoa's 2010 strategic plan, LIVE@WOODSIDE 2008 and 2009 and he designed the uniforms for the Channel Seven crew for the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Torino, Italy.
For enquiries regarding Leon Krasenstein please contact us via email or on (02) 9319 7199.