Lynn Falconer is a Native Californian who moved to New York City in 1990 to pursue a Fashion Design career at the prestigious Parsons School of Design. She worked as a fashion designer in the garment and textile industry for seven years, but eventually felt there was more to fulfill than fabric and sample needs. The chance to design Costumes for an independent film presented itself in 1998. The fact that she had never stepped onto a film set never occurred to her. Since then, Lynn Falconer has helmed the Costume Design for Feature films, Television and Commercial projects nationwide, and is a member of both the Costume Designers Guild and United Scenic Artists 829 of New York.
Just recently, she created the costumes for Mike Flanagan’s reimagining of the Shirley Jackson novel “The Haunting of Hill House” for Paramount TV and Amblin Entertainment; the series will premiere in October 2018 on Netflix. Prior to that, Falconer teamed up with Flanagan on other successful projects, such as "Ouija:Origins of Evil”, “Hush”, and “Oculus”. Her work was seen in the Lionsgate release of the drama "The Frozen Ground" starring Nicolas Cage and John Cusack. Falconer has often teamed up to design Costumes for Director Rod Lurie, including the controversial remake of "Straw Dogs", with Alexander Skarsgard and Kate Bosworth, and "Nothing But the Truth" starring Alan Alda, Matt Dillon and Kate Beckinsale. Other projects include the romantic comedy "A Case of You" starring Evan Rachel Wood and Sienna Miller, and comedy "Salvation Boulevard" starring Jennifer Connelly, Pierce Brosnan, Greg Kinnear and Jim Gaffigan. In the Commercial industry, Falconer recently styled Stephen Curry in several spots, notably for JBL headphones for Matt Bieler, and Chase Bank for Director Walter Pfister. Falconer has styled spots for numerous other directors such as Stacy Wall, Kim Geldenuys and Matt Aselton.
Lynn Falconer has embraced her recent move back to California with her photographer-husband Michael Pelzman, and their son Harry.