Marcelo Pies is a costume designer.

Designing for the Theater, he won the Shell and the APTR Awards for best costume of 2010 for Hair, the musical. He also won the 2008 Contigo Award for the Theater for “Hamlet” directed by Aderbal Freire Filho and was six times nominated for the Shell Award for “The Seven Afluents of the River Ota” in 2002, “Uncle Vanya” in 2003, “The Curse of the Dark Valley” in 2005, “Hamlet” in 2008, “Gypsy” (2010), “Spring Awakening” (2009), “Judy, the End of the Rainbow” (2011) and “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” (2012).

In the Municipal Theater of Rio de Janeiro he designed the costumes of three operas, “Tristan and Isolda” in 2003 and “Bal Masqué” in 2004 and “Orphée” by Phillip Glass in 2019. For the cinema he was nominated for the TAM Prize for the Cinema for “Benjamim” in 2003 and “Redeemer” in 2004. He has also done “Urban Polaroids” by Miguel Falabella (2007) and “O Maior Amor do Mundo” by Cacá Diegues in 2006. Nominated for best costume design for the 2018 Grand Award of the Brazilian Cinema for both feature films “Chacrinha” and “10 Seconds to Win”. In the pop music scene, he has designed costumes for many concerts tours of Marina Lima, Adriana Calcanhoto, Cássia Eller, Chico Buarque and Djavan.

He also works extensively with publicity comercials.

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