Natalie Bramwell-Booth

Natalie Bramwell-Booth

Natalie has an MRes in the study of sixteenth and seventeenth-century art and fashion, and has looked at embroidery design, particularly in relation to the Bacton Altar Cloth and the Rainbow Portrait of Elizabeth I. She is currently a PhD student at the University of Southampton, examining seventeenth-century dress and textiles. She has a background in dressmaking and costume making, and has made costumes for interpreters at Hatfield House in Hertfordshire.