Brian Strumwasser is a New York based visual artist who also works in film, print, and Broadway as makeup artist and hair stylist. He has worked with some of the most celebrated people in the entertainment industry.
His work as a makeup artist has graced some of the most prestigious magazines. With his tremendous talent and outgoing personality he has worked the fashion industry, film, television, runway shows, Broadway, and have published work in magazines such as: Make-up Artist Magazine, People, Vanity Fair, Women's Wear Daily.
His training and education, along with his affable personality provides his clients with a dependable, detail-oriented, and multifaceted professionalism to add to the success of the creative team of any project, within the production budget and schedule, regardless of the nature, scope or location.
Brian's diverse background and experience creates a unique style accredited only to his artistic talent. He has the innate ability to bring out the natural beauty of his subject, no matter the gender, ethnicity or character portrayal.
Brian is available to travel on location, and welcomes you to view a portfolio of some of his work.
Currently Brian is the makeup designer on A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder & The Bridges of Madison County National Tour. He is also the Makeup Supervisor on Arthur Miller's The Crucible. Recently he has been the Makeup designer A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, Larry David's Fish in the Dark on Paper Mill Playhouse's Ever After directed by Kathleen Marshall, a makeup artist for Alan Cumming on Cabaret, Hairdresser for A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, Matilda, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella, Disney's Aladdin and Disney's The Lion King on Broadway.
Internet Broadway Database http://ibdb.com/person.php?id=495649
Playbill Vault http://www.playbillvault.com/Person/Detail/124767/Brian-Strumwasser
Headshot by Sean Allan Krill