Ari Fulton is a New York based costume designer for stage, film, opera and dance. Ms. Fulton has over fifteen years experience working with theatrical costumes. She has trained at DePaul University, receiving a BFA in Costume Design. Ms. Fulton followed her undergraduate studies, with receiving a MFA in Design for Stage and Film, from New York University’s, Tisch School of the Arts. Ms. Fulton has designed in Paris and Nigeria. Recently, she has wrapped design for the feature film Nigerian Prince, shot on location in Lagos, Nigeria. Nigerian Prince is 2017’s Tribeca and AT&T New Voices recipient, receiving a grant of one million dollars. Ms. Fulton is the recipient of the Lily Award for Creative Spirt, for her design of theatrical costumes. Ms. Fulton is most interested in captivating the imagination, by creating iconic characters, that stick with the viewer long after the performance has ended. Ms. Fulton is currently on faculty at Queensborough Community College, where she teaches Costume Design.