Dina El-Aziz is a British-Egyptian Costume and Character Designer, currently residing in New York. A graduate of the Design for Stage and Film MFA programme at NYU Tisch School for the Arts, Dina has worked on productions for both the Tisch acting department and Tisch's own Second Avenue Dance Company. Most recently she designed three productions for The Actors Theater of Louisville's 43rd Annual Humana Festival.
Previous productions include: I Thought I Would Die But I Didn’t, How To Defend Yourself, The Corpse Washer, We’ve Come To Believe, The Russian and The Jew, and Dead Are My People. Her film productions include short films Roommates, Jihadi Street, Shift, Prisoners of War, Lucy Baron, and The Loneliest.
Though born and raised in the United Kingdom, Dina moved to study Art and Communication and Media Arts at the American University in Cairo, Egypt. It was there she discovered her passion for Costume Design, and began to work backstage on numerous undergrad productions, until she made her way to designer.