JAYMEE NGERNWICHIT is a costume, scenic, and projection designer. She graduated from UC San Diego in 2017 with an MFA in Costume / Scenic / Projection Design and in 2011 with two BA’s in Communication and Design for Theater and Film Production. After a brief period as an art director, costume designer, and production assistant in indie films and national food commercials with MJZ Inc., Jaymee took a wild tangent into the world of social work as an eligibility worker in Compton, California. Through this experience, she has gained an immovable fortitude as well as renewed interests in social justice and the importance of stories in everyday life as a source of inspiration. Her notable credits include Galileo (costume designer, The Industry, 2017), Qualcomm Robot Dress (costume designer, 2017), Though It May Shift (costume and projection designer), Territory (art director, feature-length indie film, 2016), Mojave ’43 (head scenic painter, short film, 2012), Dead Hearts (production designer assistant, short film, 2012), and Becoming Henry (costume / production designer, Los Angeles Holocaust Museum, short film, 2011).