Charlotte Bravin Lee 

Photo by Emma Avital

Charlotte Bravin Lee is a New York City based visual artist, makeup artist and ventilator primarily working in film and theatre. Prior to attending Make-up Designory in New York,  she earned her BA in art history from Kenyon College. It was there that she developed a strong interest in portraiture and sculpture from the Italian and northern renaissance. Her background in art history has greatly influenced her personal makeup work and artistic direction.

Charlotte  completed a professional apprenticeship at the Juilliard school in the wigs and makeup department. Aside from doing makeup she ventilated,  helped style theatrical wigs and crewed on Juilliard drama and vocal art productions. 

 in March of 2020 Charlotte was in the process of designing makeup for "Pharaoh" at Theatre for the New City written by and starring Misha Shulman. This project has been postponed due to covid-19.

Charlotte uses makeup to tell a story. The design process is the most exciting and rewarding part and she aims to continue working in theatre and film.