Education
Bio

M.A., San Francisco State University, Textiles and CLothing. 1981. Research on cut and construction of nineteenth century women's dress.

B.A., San Francisco State University, Textiles and Clothing, 1976.

Continuing education at San Francisco State and West Valley College on computer applications for fashion design.

Academic Experience: 

1976- present: Santa Rosa Junior College
Courses include: Flat Pattern I & II, Draping, History of Costume, 20th Century Designers, Pattern Grading, Fashion Analysis

1989- present: City College of S.F.
Courses include: Textiles, History of Costume, Advanced Flat Pattern, Draped Design, Clothing Study I & II

1996- present: Ca___Е_тх_хт▒ada College of Redwood City
Courses include: Computeried Pattern Making (PAD), Draping, History of Costume

1976- 1992: San Francisco State University
Courses include: Textiles Laboratory, Fashion, Clothing & Analysis

1979: Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, S.F.

Judy has been a part-time instructor at Santa Rosa Junior College since 1976. During that time, she has taught a wide range of classes from tailoring to color analysis, but her major areas of expertise are pattern development and history of costume. Judy puts both areas of knowledge to work when designing or building costumes for Bay Area theater companies such as the Lamplighters Music Theater of S.F., Willows Theater in Concord and Piedmont Light Opera Theater. This work has led her to help create a theater costuming program and certificate at Ca___Е_тх_хт▒ada College in Redwood City, where she also works part-time.

Judy has continued has continued her study of pattern development by learning about computer pattern making programs, most notably, the PAD system. In rare moments of spare time, she enjoys singing and performing on stage in musical comedies and operettas.