Jodie-Simone Howe is a Costume Designer based in London, UK. In her decade-long career, Jodie-Simone has grown to be one of the UK's upcoming creative talents, both behind and in front of the camera and has been commended for her work product and personal style. After years in Television production, Jodie-Simone launched a freelance career focusing on Dance Theatre, music videos and short film.
She collaborated with Raleigh Ritchie (Jacob Anderson) on his stunning visual project ‘Aristocrats' which gained her a UKMVA nomination for best styling. Jodie-Simone also served as a Stylist/Costume Designer on both of Kanos ‘Trouble/Class of Deja’ and 'Teardrops' music videos. Alongside this, she is the Founding Director of The Black Costume Network who are leading the way in diversifying the Costume industry in the UK and beyond.
As a costume designer, having previously worked with the likes of Letitia Wright, Aneil Karia and Dipo Baruwa-Etti on personal projects, she recently finished designing the first season of International EMMY nominated 'Dreaming Whilst Black' for the BBC and A24 created by BAFTA award winning Adjani Salmon; she is also designing the opening show for the new Sadlers Wells East Theatre, choreographed by Vicki Igbokwe of Uchenna Dance.
In 2021 Jodie-Simone won a Costume Design Recognition Award at the BBTAs.