Known for her innovative costume design in the Fantasy and Sci-Fi genres, her imaginative use of unique materials and infinite eye for detail , the work of Ami Goodheart has been featured in multiple award-winning commercial campaigns, film, television, music videos as well as museum exhibitions featured in the Venice Beinalle . Her powerful use of color to tell stories on screen has become a trademark in her work.


Growing up in NYC during the 80s and 90s she was exposed to the vibrance of artists like Jean-MichelBasquiat, Keith Haring, and at the age of 18 was the owner of a popular Vintage Clothing store in Manhattan's East Village. Her studies of Art History, passion of antique clothing and also the theatrical background of years as a professional dancer moved her effortlessly into the direction of costume design.


Before transitioning into costumes in film, Ami had designed the original, avant garde creations for such celebrities such as Lady Gaga and has had her costumes photographed internationally by some of the worlds most noted photographers including Ellen Von Unwerth and David La Chapelle, as an artistic muse. Ami is the 2017 recipient of the most prestigious Costume Designers Guild Award for Excellence in Costume Design: :Short Form, winning the award for her work in the fantasy PEPSI Japan, “Momotaro” commercial starring Jude Law. Part of the epic, cinematic commercials which features over 500 custom made costumes within 6 episodic mini-movies spanning 5 years. It is still celebrated as the most awarded commercial campaign in Japan’s history.

In 2019 Goodheart garnered another CDGA Nomination for designing Justin Timberlake’s elaborate Music Video ‘’Supplies’’ in her collaboration with the innovative director Dave Meyers.

Highlights of this years ballot will include the wicked and fantastical Kohler, ‘’Mirror Mirror’’ commercial campaign by 2 time Oscar winning Director/Art Director, Robert Stromberg ( Avatar, Alice in Wonderland, Malificent)