Erin received a nomination for best costume design at the 2016 6th annual AACTA awards for her work on the ABC and Endemol series, THE BEAUTIFUL LIE, starring Sarah Snook. She has recently completed designing costumes on the feature film CELESTE, shooting in Innisfail, Queensland. Other recent design credits include: SISTERS, a ten part TV series for Channel 10 and Endemol Shine and THE WRONG GIRL, starring Jessica Marais, for Channel 10 and Playmaker. Erin designed costumes on Nick Verso’s debut feature film BOYS IN THE TREES that premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2016 (in competition, in the Orizzonti section). Erin is nominated for two awards at the upcoming APDG Awards for her work on BOY IN THE TREES and THE WRONG GIRL.
In 2016 Erin was awarded a Churchill Fellowship. The fellowship took her on a 7 week professional development journey, working with costume designers and production companies around the world to expand her own design practice and networks and share those findings with the film and TV community on return to Australia. Erin is also due to graduate from her Doctorate of Creative Industries from Queensland University of Technology. Her research is focused on Dress and Identity: The role of costume in characterisation for film and television.
Other design credits include; THE MENKOFF METHOD (Feature Film, Directed by David Parker, 2016), HOUSE HUSBANDS (TV Series – Seasons 1-3, Playmaker, 2013-2014), QANTAS – Feels like Home (TV COMMERCIAL, Directed by Glendyn Ivin, Produced by Exit), Holiday at Home, TAC. (TV COMMERCIAL, Directed by Glendyn Ivin, Produced by Exit)