Hinterland is a play loosely based around the Icelandic folklored people, the Huldufólk, or hidden people.
These people are elusive and live in rocks and forests, often causing unexplainable phenomena. 

The costume design is the court dress of Princess Tember, the lead character. The cape, headdress, and bracelet are made out of papier-mache, magic sculp, acrylic paint, fabric, silk leaves, gold spray paint, beads, raffia, trimming, thread, ribbon, and wire.

Hinterland is performed at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in London, England. 

Take a look at part of my process book for Hinterland, which documents my creation of the set, tickets, and costume.