Costume Designer Trish Summerville is best known for her work on The Girl With a Dragon Tattoo, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Gone Girl and Red Sparrow. Summerville has been recognized by her peers at the Costume Design Guild Awards by being nominated on three separate occasions for her films and winning two times for The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo and Catching Fire. In both films, Summerville designed capsule collections inspired by these films for H&M and Net-A-Porter which were met with huge commercial success and were both sold out in record time.
Summerville won the Costume Designer of the Year for her work on Catching Fire in 2013. Summerville is a frequent collaborator with Director David Fincher and Francis Lawrence and has worked with Directors Jonah Nolan, Joel Edgerton among others.
In Television, Summerville has designed the Pilot for Westworld and was nominated for an Emmy and CDG Award for such work. In addition, Summerville designed the Pilot for Ray Donovan and Costume Designed the first season of See for Apple, starring Jason Momoa.
Summerville recently wrapped Mank for Netflix and David Fincher– a biopic on screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz, who collaborated with Orson Welles on "Citizen Kane” – starring Gary Oldman. She is currently working on Slumberland starring Jason Momoa and directed by Francis Lawrence for Netflix.