Anne’s design career spans over the years both on stage and on screen including a myriad of genres and periods, seen internationally in theatre, opera, film and television.
Being one of the most versatile and sought-after Costume Designers, Anne’s film collaboration with such directors as David Cronenberg, Viggo Mortensen, Francois Girard, Niki Caro, Jeremy Podeswa, Neil Burger, Sudz Sutherland, Billy Ray, Mick Jackson, Angelica Houston, Paul Mazursky, Kathy Bates and Veronica Tennant has been truly inspirational.
Her keen insight and visual pulse are captured in feature films “The Dead Don’t Hurt”, “The Marsh King’s Daughter”, “Falling”, “The Song of Names”, “Born To Be Blue”, “Lavender” to “Fugitive Pieces”, “Saint Ralph” and “Interstate 60” to name a few. Other credits in series/minis and their varied worlds “The Comey Rule”, “Anne with an E’, “Lost Girl”, “XIII”, “Guns”; dance “Karen Kain-Dancing in the Moment”, “The Firebird”; skating “Battle of the Blades” and operas “Don Giovanni Unmasked” slightly touches some of the range of her designs.
Anne’s vocabulary in this art of storytelling through cloth, bringing to life characters, worlds and emotions makes her creative passion exciting and vibrant.
She is a graduate in Art & Design from The University of the Arts London, England. Winner of the Virginia and Myrtle Cooper Award and CAFTCAD Award for “The Song of Names” with numerous nominations for a CSA, Genie, and CAFTCAD Awards for Best Costume Designer. Anne is also a member of the Costume Designer’s Guild in LA.
She is published in Canadian Who’s Who and Great Women of the 21st Century. Anne was a recipient of the Tom Patterson Award for most promising designer.

“Renaissance art came to mind… in Anne Dixon’s backless drapeless gowns

Anna Kisselgoff, New York Times