Amy Andrews Harrell is a Costume Designer with a wide range of experience in both period and contemporary film and television. She received an Emmy nomination for her costume designs on National Geographic’s “Killing Lincoln,” and won the Emmy as Costume Supervisor on the HBO miniseries “John Adams.” She also won the Costume Society of America’s 2018 Best Costume Design Award for the PBS miniseries “Mercy Street”. She was the Costume Supervisor on Greta Gerwig’s “Little Women,” which won an Academy Award for Best Costume Design, and she was the Costume Designer on the Showtime Limited series “The Good Lord Bird,” with Ethan Hawke which was a recipient of the Peabody Award. Most recently she stepped into the world of horror, designing “The Black Phone” for director Scott Derrickson, which will be released summer of 2022. Also look for her designs on Rodrigo Garcia’s modern family drama “Raymond and Ray” starring Ewan McGregor and Ethan Hawke.
Amy earned a 2013 Primetime Emmy nomination for her costume design of "Killing Lincoln".
She won the 2008 Primetime Emmy for her work as costume supervisor on HBO's "John Adams".
Costumes from Mercy Street season 1 were invitited to be a part of the prestigious 2016 FIDM Art of Television Costume Design Exhibit.
Mercy Street costumes are also on display at the The Lyceum Museum in Alexandria, VA and in the Historic Center Hill Mansion Museam in Petersburg, VA.
Amy won The Costume Society of America's 2018 Best Costume Design Award for season 2 of "Mercy Street".
Seasons 1 & 2
Directed by Dan Ragussis
Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Toni Collete and Tracy Letts
Directed by Meg Ryan
Starring Meg Ryan, Tom Hanks and Sam Shepard
With clips and photos of
Mercy Street Season 2 Costumes
A slide show featuring
costume close ups and renderings.
Featuring Ginnifer Goodwin and Amy speaking about recreating Jackie's pink suit.