In Ray Bradbury's novel, All Summer in a Day, humans live on Venus where the sun shines once every seven years. Many children growing up in the rainy environment and have only heard stories about the warmth and light of the sun's rays; their clothing reflects the dreary weather that they are constantly bombarded by. One girl stands apart from the rest as she has just moved from Earth to Venus and grew up in the sunlight. She is desperate to remain close to the warm tones that she remembers, even while being bullied by her classmates.
To transfer this synopsis to the screen, I was asked to be the Costume Designer for Kody Cunningham's adaptation of All Summer in a Day. Carolyn Shannon was the head of our Production Design as well as Hair & Makeup leader.