Kasia Walicka Maimone collaborated with director Bennett Miller on the multi-award-winning Moneyball and Capote. She received a Costume Designers Guild Award nomination for her work on the latter.
Dressing characters throughout a variety of different decades on-screen, her film credits as costume designer also include George Nolfi’s hit thriller The Adjustment Bureau, starring Matt Damon and Emily Blunt; Josh Gordon and Will Speck’s The Switch, starring Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman; Joachim Back’s Academy Award-winning short The New Tenants; Ang Lee’s short Chosen, starring Clive Owen; Alison Maclean’s Jesus’ Son, starring Billy Crudup; Jill and Karen Sprecher’s Thirteen Conversations About One Thing; Patrick Stettner’s The Business of Strangers, starring Stockard Channing and Julia Stiles; Mira Nair’s Amelia, Hysterical Blindness, and the “India” segment of the omnibus feature 11’09”01; and Maggie Greenwald’s Songcatcher, starring Janet McTeer and Emmy Rossum.
In designing for the stage, Ms. Walicka Maimone has contributed to elaborate experimental pieces by Robert Woodruff (Oedipus Rex) and Richard Foreman (Maria del Bosco and King Cowboy Rufus Rules the Universe). She has collaborated with choreographers Susan Marshall, Twyla Tharp, Donald Byrd, and David Dorfman. Her opera projects have included Philip Glass’ Les Enfants Terribles and The Sound of a Voice. She also worked on the stagings of Book of Longing, in which Mr. Glass interpreted Leonard Cohen in poetry, music, and image.