Rose Chatterton: hair for film and print
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Nominated, 2015, for a Creative Arts Emmy for Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series and for a Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Award for Best Period Hair Styling on a Television miniseries: THE KNICK.

Rose Chatterton first started out in New York in the music business working for RSO Records™ with artists such as Eric Clapton and the Bee Gees. She then decided to make a career move to become a hair stylist. Rose received her New York Cosmetology license and apprenticed in color first at The Pierre Michel Salon and then at Bumble and Bumble. She trained in cutting at Pipino-Buccherie Salon and with Rusk. After working in salons for almost a decade, Rose started doing print ads for Saks Fifth Avenue which led to work with such notable independent film makers as John Sayles, Susan Seidelman, Hal Hartley and Noah Baumbach.

A member of Local 798 (Union of Makeup Artists and Hair Stylists) since 1994, Rose’s work can be seen on TV and Cable (’The Knick’, ‘White Collar’, ‘Allegiance’ ‘The Good Wife’, ‘Empire Falls’, ‘Law & Order: Trial By Jury), in major motion pictures (‘It's Complicated’, ’Something’s Gotta Give’’) as well as in indie films (’Son of No One’, ‘Factory Girl’, ‘Cruel Intentions’).

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