Jeremy M. Bernardoni
Jeremy M. Bernardoni is currently the Assistant Professor of Costume Design at Oklahoma State University. Previously, he was on the faculty and the resident Costume Designer for the University of Arizona School of Dance for five years. Jeremy has designed and draped professionally for Dance, Theater, Music Theater and the fashion industry across the U.S. and in France. A former U.S. Naval officer, he received his B.A. in French and M.F.A. in Costume Design at the University of Oklahoma. He also received a Specialization in Draping, Patternmaking and Fashion Design from the Chambre Syndicale de Haute Couture in Paris, France and worked as a draper for the Haute Couture Atelier of Frank Sorbier in Paris. Jeremy is a former professional ballet dancer, who performed and toured with Oklahoma Festival Ballet, L’ Opera Municipale de Clermont-Ferrand, France, and Les Ballets Trockaderos de Monte Carlos.