Heather Pain has designed for film, television, theater and commercials. She is currently designing "Teachers", a series on TV Land, and recently designed "Those Who Can't" on TruTV. She was nominated for a 2017 Emmy as an assistant costume designer on "Grace and Frankie" and co-designed "Fun Mom Dinner" a 2017 Sundance film. For it’s last two seasons, she was the designer on the hit ABC Family sitcom show “Melissa and Joey”. Throughout the course of her career, she has also worked as an assistant designer and a key costumer on contemporary, fantasy and period shows including “The Green Mile”, “The Majestic”, and "Little Britain U.S.A.”. Getting to collaborate creatively and tell a story through costumes is a personal passion. The skills at which she excels include problem solving, effective communication with all departments, working within a budget, and bringing her unique sense of style to every project.
Heather's professional affiliations include The Costume Designers Guild 892 and The Costumers Union 705.
Heather attended Virginia Commonwealth University where she studied Fashion design and received a BA in Arts. She resides with her family in Altadena, Ca.