Lectures & Talks
A light hearted and often hilarious look at a long career in professional make-up . Follow Rosemarie through unexpected twists and turns as she leaves the famous Max Factor Salon in Bond Street to embark on a career as a freelance make-up designer in photography, film and theatre. Discover why she found herself making up a horse and what Lady Thatcher told her during a make-up session in the super loo at no 10. This talk gives a fascinating glimpse into the role of make-designer, it’s highs and it’s lows with many amusing stories on the way.
- Style through the centuries
- Make-up in the 20th Century
Rosemarie has worked in theatre for many years both for professional productions and as make-up tutor to several generations of actors at both RADA and LAMDA. Her professional credits include many West End productions and she has worked with many top actors including Nigel Hawthorn, Martin Shaw, Rosamund Pike, Fiona Shaw,Toby Stephens and others.
Leading actors who trained with her at Lamda and RADA include Alan Rickman, Kenneth Branagh, Anna Maxwell Martin, Imelda Staunton, Dominic Cooper and the Treadaway twins
During her long career Rosemarie has worked for many major organisations and companies including The National Trust, the Lord’s Mayor’s Show, the BBC and BBC Worldwide,CBI,CNBC, Digiplex,Compaq and the Metropolitan Police and the Government.
Her private clients have included women and men from the House of Lords, Parliament, the Law, the City and the Arts as well as small companies.