Known for her innovative costume design in the neo-surrealism, sci-fi and fantasy genre, her imaginative use of unconventional materials and infinite eye for detail, the work of Ami Goodheart has been featured in Clio award-winning commercial campaigns, film, museum exhibitions, television and featured in countless international fashion magazines. Her powerful use of color to tell stories on screen and the combination of exaggerated proportions in silhouette with a couture fashion edge has quickly become her trademark.   

Growing up as a child in NYC's East Village during the 1980's she was exposed to the vibrance of artists Jean Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Maripol and Stephen Sprouse and at the age of 18 was the owner of a successful Vintage Clothing store in Manhattan's East Village. Her academic studies in Art History, passion of antique clothing and also the theatrical background of 20 years as a professional dancer moved her effortlessly into the direction of costume design.     

Throughout the years, Ami has dressed celebrities such as Lady Gaga and singer Ciara as well as costuming hundreds of performers for 6 consecutive years at Marc Jacobs lavish holiday costumed masquerade parties. Goodheart was honored to be celebrated and photographed for Yves Saint Laurent's book ‘40 Years of Creation’ alongside strong influential women Paloma Picasso, Catherine Deneuve and other female artists. She was also featured in Ellen Von Unwerth’s popular book ‘Fraulein’, in which she modeled her own towering headdresses and spectacular creations. 

Her work as a costume designer in film, has recently caught the eye of some of Hollywoods most noted film directors and is currently based in L.A., New York and works internationally. Ami is the recent 2017 recipient of the CDG award for Excellence in Costume Design, short form for her work in the fantasy Pepsi '' Momotaro'' commercial starring Jude Law. She is currently represented by Partos Co. Agency.