Cami Funk has costumed several films and stage productions in Seattle, assisted at Seattle Public Theater as well as Bainbridge Performing Arts, and has designed outfits for many private clients. She is a risk taker with a strong background in fashion and production. She has a proven ability to work with others effectively, and has been described as “down-to-earth, direct and innovative.” Cami excels in projects requiring a high level of creativity and problem-solving.
Recently, Cami Funk has begun making puppets for stage production. She is currently constructing puppets for Avenue Q at Bainbridge Performing Arts. She has also taught a week long puppet-making class to sixth, seventh and eighth grade students that focused on character archetypes and original use of materials.
Cami is also proud of her involvement in charity events including her position as co-producer of the Disaster Relief Fashion Show, a non-profit event that raise money for the Red Cross to aid Japanese disaster victims in 2012, as well as her current position as a lead designer for Runway to Freedom, a non-profit fashion show to raise money for New Beginnings Ending Domestic Violence.
Cami Funk is committed to authenticity, pioneering new techniques, producing high quality work, growing as an artist, and cherishing her time with each creative team she works with. She currently resides in Seattle, Washington.
AVENUE Q AT BPA
Cami Funk is a puppet maker for Avenue Q at Bainbridge Performing Arts. The show is hilarious... It's like Sesame Street but for adults. A must see!
Cami Funk is assisting Candace Frank with costumes for Lucia Neare's production Recipe For Love. Dancing cakes, golden eggs, giant mice... who could ask for more?! This free performance is May 3rd on the City Hall Lawn in Redmond.
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