"Audrey Fisher weaves together the iconic and the mundane to create three distinct worlds that feel incredibly real, and completely unsettling. Every detail is perfectly suited to the character and their surroundings, with not a single unnecessary element."
"On the season 5 premiere of True Blood, Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) tossed her usual bold colors and skimpy skirts to slip into something a little more comfortable — a buttery yellow sweatsuit adorned with kittens, butterflies and pretty flowers. In other words, things you would never associate with Pam. Halloween may be more than four months away, but we just found our costume."
“I work with the script, the director, the writer and the actor to figure out what the costume needs to do to help the actor inhabit that person,” said Audrey Fisher, the costume designer of “True Blood” on HBO.
"Since this show is all about clothing and personal style, we really wanted to pick the brain of Girlboss's talented costume designer Audrey Fisher. We asked Audrey for her vintage shopping tips, which she graciously revealed, along with how she reinforced the show's story arcs through fashion."
Audrey Fisher is deeply honored that back in 2007, Danny Glicker gave her the opportunity to be the Costume Designer on the series “True Blood” (HBO). “It’s a really good story,” she asserts, “about an Assistant Designer being kicked upstairs.”
"The Pam and Eric show continued as the duo traveled to Dallas in search of Sarah Newlin at a Ted Cruz fundraiser hosted at the Bush Library. We spoke to True Blood‘s costume designer, Audrey Fisher, about their memorable formal wear."