Carin Jacobs

Carin Jacobs

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Lecturer & Costumer
UT A201
(310) 243-3354
csjacobs@csudh.edu

Carin Jacobs has been designing costumes around the OC/LA area for over 20 years.  Her work can be seen in many genres including theatre, film, live stage shows and professional cheerleading.  Projects include; Arizona Cardinals Cheerleading uniforms,  LA TheatreWorks national tours of “Dracula” and “In the Heat of the Night”, the feature films “Saving Lincoln” and “Legally Blonde” at Cabrillo Musical Theatre, an Ovation award nominee for Best Musical.   A highlight of her career was having the opportunity to work with Julie Taymor and the creative costume design team on “The Lion King” in Los Angeles.  In addition to her freelance design work, Carin also teaches costume history and design at The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, and Golden West College.  She holds a B.A. in Art History from UCLA and an M.F.A. in Theatre from Cal State Long Beach.  Carin loves her career and feels like one of the luckiest people in the world to be making a living creating art. 

Visit her website at www.CarinJacobsCostumeDesign.com