Freddy Clements

Freddy Clements is currently a Distinguished Professor of Drama/Faculty Costume Designer at Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville Alabama. He holds a BA in English/Theatre from Emory & Henry College, VA 84 and an MFA in Costume design from Virginia Commonwealth University, VA 88. He has designed costumes for various theaters including Wayside Theatre in Middletown VA, CPCC in Charlotte NC, Converse college department of music Spartenburg SC, The Barter Theatre in Abington Va and Theatre In The Square in Marietta, GA. On the University level he has taught courses in costume design, costume construction, stage make-up, advanced stage make-up. He is an experienced cutter/draper and has extensive research and experience in early twentieth century corsetry. Freddy has been constructing authentic hand tailored Scottish kilts since 1991 and lead master classes for the USITT Southeast Regional, The South Eastern Theatre Conference and Dragon*con. Freddy has performed at and provided costumes for various Renaissance Festivals in the southeast region including Louisiana Renaissance Festival (LARF), The Mobile Renaissance Faire and The Gulf Coast Renaissance Faire.