Salvador Perez, the costume designer on Fox’s “The Mindy Project,” has succeeded Mary Rose as the new president of The Costume Designers Guild. The outspoken Rose, a longtime champion of the profession, served as president of the 60-year-old, 800-member organization since 2007.
Perez, whose credits include the feature “Pitch Perfect” and the TV movie “Liz & Dick,” has served on the Guild’s board for nine years and was previously the organization’s VP, head of its member directory and currently oversees the Guild’s website activities.
Other recent developments include the election of designer Cate Adair (“Desperate Housewives”) as VP, and the retention of assistant costume designer Brigitta Romanov as assistant costume designers rep.
New board members, delegates and trustees include Christopher Lawrence and Mary Vogt (exec board members); Kristin Burke and Jennifer Soulages (alternate board members); Jacqueline Saint Anne, Cliff Chally and Barbara Inglehart (trustees); Dorothy Amos (alternate trustee); and Rachael Stanley, Sharon Day, Jacqueline Saint Anne, Cliff Chally, Betty Madden, Frank Helmer, Dana Woods and Monique Long (delegates).
Members of the CDG (IATSE Local 892) include motion picture, television and commercial costume designers, assistant costume designers and illustrators throughout the world.