Sue Bub

Sue has enjoyed a wonderful 30-year career in the entertainment industry primarily in television as a costume supervisor. She has traveled and worked all over the US making tele-films and mini-series, mostly with one of the six following words in the title: terror, blood, murder, kidnapped, nightmare or death. Project highlights include the first original programming series on Lifetime, Any Day Now, the Emmy Award winning James Dean, Without A Trace, Cane, Three Rivers, Franklin & Bash and Shameless.

A 16-year Active member of the Television Academy, being elected to Peer Group Governor has been a career highlight. She has been active in the annual quest for the best college student to participate as the Costume Design and Supervision intern for the Academy Foundation College Intern program. During her tenure, she has served on several committees including Bylaws, Membership, Television Academy Honors and Budget Review. It is a great honor to represent all costumers doing amazing work in television.

Sue has enjoyed a wonderful 30-year career in the entertainment industry primarily in television as a costume supervisor. She has traveled and worked all over the US making tele-films and mini-series, mostly with one of the six following words in the title: terror, blood, murder, kidnapped, nightmare or death. Project highlights include the first original programming series on Lifetime, Any Day Now, the Emmy Award winning James Dean, Without A Trace, Cane, Three Rivers, Franklin & Bash and Shameless.

A 16-year Active member of the Television Academy, being elected to Peer Group Governor has been a career highlight. She has been active in the annual quest for the best college student to participate as the Costume Design and Supervision intern for the Academy Foundation College Intern program. During her tenure, she has served on several committees including Bylaws, Membership, Television Academy Honors and Budget Review. It is a great honor to represent all costumers doing amazing work in television.

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2018 Costume Design and Supervision Nominee Reception
2018 Costume Design and Supervision Nominee Reception
2018 Costume Design and Supervision Nominee Reception
2018 Costume Design and Supervision Nominee Reception
2018 Costume Design and Supervision Nominee Reception
Television Academy costumes nominee reception
Television Academy costumes nominee reception
Television Academy costumes nominee reception
Television Academy costumes nominee reception
Television Academy costumes nominee reception
Television Academy costumes nominee reception
Television Academy costumes nominee reception
Television Academy costumes nominee reception
Television Academy costumes nominee reception
Television Academy costumes nominee reception
Television Academy costumes nominee reception
Television Academy governor Sue Bub, 2014 nominee Eduardo Castro (Once Upon A Time), guest curator and designer Mary Rose, and 2014 nominee Janie Bryant (Mad Men).
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2018 Costume Design and Supervision Nominee Reception
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Television Academy Costume Design and Supervision Governors Terry Ann Gordon and Sue Bub pose with Dolores Ybarra, Michelle Cole and Devon Patterson, Emmy-nominated costume designers for black-ish, at the 2018 Costume Design & Supervision Nominee Reception at the Fashion Institute of Design & Marketing in Los Angeles, California on August 18, 2018.

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2018 Costume Design and Supervision Nominee Reception
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Television Academy Costume Design and Supervision Governors Terry Ann Gordon and Sue Bub pose with Daniela Gschwendtner, Steven Lee, Candice Rainwater, Polina Roytman and Howard Sussman, Emmy-nominated costume designers for Dancing with the Stars, at the 2018 Costume Design & Supervision Nominee Reception at the Fashion Institute of Design & Marketing in Los Angeles, California on August 18, 2018.

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2018 Costume Design and Supervision Nominee Reception
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Television Academy Costume Design and Supervision Governors Terry Ann Gordon and Sue Bub pose with Paolo Nieddu, Steffany Bernstein-Pratt and Jennifer Salim, Emmy-nominated costume designers for Empire, at the 2018 Costume Design & Supervision Nominee Reception at the Fashion Institute of Design & Marketing in Los Angeles, California on August 18, 2018.

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Television Academy Costume Design and Supervision Governors Terry Ann Gordon and Sue Bub pose with Heather Pain and Allyson B. Fanger, Emmy-nominated costume designers for Grace And Frankie, at the 2018 Costume Design & Supervision Nominee Reception at the Fashion Institute of Design & Marketing in Los Angeles, California on August 18, 2018.

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Television Academy Costume Design and Supervision Governors Terry Ann Gordon and Sue Bub pose with Zaldy Goco, Emmy-nominated costume designer for RuPaul’s Drag Race, and Eureka O'Hara at the 2018 Costume Design & Supervision Nominee Reception at the Fashion Institute of Design & Marketing in Los Angeles, California on August 18, 2018.

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Costume designer Mona May, The Television Academy's Sue Bub, Barbara Bundy, Director of FIDM and The Television Academy’s Terry Ann Gordon at the 11th annual “Art of Television Costume Design” opening at the FIDM Museum & Galleries on the Park on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2017 in Los Angeles.

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Television Academy's Sue Bub, Television Academy Chairman and CEO Hayma Washington, and Terry Ann Gordon speak at the 11th annual “Art of Television Costume Design” opening at the FIDM Museum & Galleries on the Park on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2017 in Los Angeles.

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Television Academy's Terry Ann Gordon, Television Academy Chairman and CEO Hayma Washington, and Sue Bub at the 11th annual “Art of Television Costume Design” opening at the FIDM Museum & Galleries on the Park on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2017 in Los Angeles.

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Television Academy's Terry Ann Gordon, costume designers Heather Pain, Allyson B. Fanger, Lori DeLapp and Television Academy's Sue Bub pose with a plaque for their Emmy nomination for "Grace and Frankie" at the 11th annual “Art of Television Costume Design” opening at the FIDM Museum & Galleries on the Park on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2017 in Los Angeles.

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Television Academy's Terry Ann Gordon, costume designer Johanna Argan, and Television Academy's Sue Bub pose with a plaque for their Emmy nomination for "House of Cards" at the 11th annual “Art of Television Costume Design” opening at the FIDM Museum & Galleries on the Park on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2017 in Los Angeles.

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Television Academy's Terry Ann Gordon, costume designers Marie Schley, Leslie Herman, and Television Academy's Sue Bub pose with a plaque for their Emmy nomination for "Transparent" at the 11th annual “Art of Television Costume Design” opening at the FIDM Museum & Galleries on the Park on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2017 in Los Angeles.

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Television Academy's Terry Ann Gordon, costume designers Paolo Nieddu, Mary Lane, and Television Academy's Sue Bub at the 11th annual “Art of Television Costume Design” opening at the FIDM Museum & Galleries on the Park on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2017 in Los Angeles.

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Television Academy's Terry Ann Gordon, costume designer Perry Meek, and Television Academy's Sue Bub pose with a plaque for his Emmy nomination for "RuPaul's Drag Race: Oh. My. Gaga!" at the 11th annual “Art of Television Costume Design” opening at the FIDM Museum & Galleries on the Park on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2017 in Los Angeles.

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Television Academy's Terry Ann Gordon and Sue Bub at the 11th annual “Art of Television Costume Design” opening at the FIDM Museum & Galleries on the Park on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2017 in Los Angeles.

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Television Academy costumes nominee reception
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Television Academy governors Terry Ann Gordon and Sue Bub speak at the 11th annual “Art of Television Costume Design” opening at the FIDM Museum & Galleries on the Park on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2017 in Los Angeles.

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Television Academy's Terry Ann Gordon, President of FIDM Toni Hohberg, Television Academy Chairman and CEO Hayma Washington, and Television Academy's Sue Bub at the 11th annual “Art of Television Costume Design” opening at the FIDM Museum & Galleries on the Park on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2017 in Los Angeles.

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Television Academy governor Sue Bub, 2014 nominee Eduardo Castro (Once Upon A Time), guest curator and designer Mary Rose, and 2014 nominee Janie Bryant (Mad Men).
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