Charlotte Bravin Lee
Photo by EMMA AVITAL
Charlotte Bravin Lee is a New York City based visual artist and makeup artist primarily working in film and theatre. She graduated from Make-up Designory, having completed 612 hours of intensive training. Prior to attending MUD, she earned her BA in art history from Kenyon College in 2018. It was there that she developed a strong interest in portraiture and sculpture from the Italian and northern renaissance. She is also greatly inspired by modern and contemporary photographers such as Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe, Richard Avedon, Martin Parr, Cindy Sherman and Catherine Opie.
In August of 2019, Charlotte will start a professional apprenticeship at the Juilliard school in the wigs and makeup department.
In July 2018 Charlotte had the privilege of being a key makeup artist for the live action short, “Playing with Matches” directed by sports photographer, Neil Leifer and starring Dominic Chianese.
Charlotte is interested in film, theatre and fashion. Makeup sends a message whether caught on film or in print; Charlotte recently competed IMATS battle of the brushes in New York City where she combined her love of makeup and history by using the motifs of artist, Jean Michel Basquiat to represent "graffiti Glam"