Ingrid Proos is a native Estonian costume and set designer who began her career in the late 1990s in the U.S., where she received a BA in Production/Design (2003) and MA in Theatre Studies (2008) at Montclair State University. She has worked at American theatres and universities as a Designer, Costume Shop Manager and Costume Design Lecturer. In 2009–2011 she worked as the Wardrobe Supervisor and Costume Design Lecturer at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. Her works include the following set designs: Wilson’s “Balm in Gilead” (2002) and Ruhl’s “Eurydice” (2008, both for L. Howard Fox Studio Theatre) and costume designs: Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” (2012), “The Comedy of Errors” (2012) and “Romeo and Juliet” (2011, all for Shakespeare WA), “Life is a Circus” (dance performance of Kristin Pukka and Eneli Rüütli, 2008), Merzer’s “The Big Tent” (2008, Premiere Stages), Rice’s “Aida”, Schönberg’s/Boublil’s “Miss Saigon” (both for Plays in the Park, 2005) and many others. Ingrid Proos has been recognised with many awards: The Kennedy Center ACTF National Barbizon Award (2008) for Excellence in Costume Design, The Kennedy Center ACTF Meritorious Achievement Award for Scenic Design (2003) and Joseph F. Bella Production/Design Award (2003).