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about me

My design style is characterized by the creation of movement, vitality and capturing the audience eye. For me, design is an entity & I treat it like another character in the play. In every piece of my work I try to examine and diagnose the boundaries, the physical location of the viewer and his participation with or without the ability to choose, the use of different materials and more. I create worlds and have the ability to be versatile and to design any stage style, whether it's a children's play or a fringe show. Together with the director I come to a complete work whose main role is to make the audience go through a one time experience. If the Experience is unique, the viewer will remember it and that's a sign that it changed something  whitin him, hopefully make him think about it long after the curtain came down.

  • Graduate of the Mastering Millinery Course, London College of Fashion 2017.

  • Graduate of the Department of Stage & Costume Design, Seminar Hakibutzim College of 2015.

  • B.A in Theatre studies, Department of Theatre Arts, Tel-Aviv University 2011.


Karin designed Set & Costumes in repertoire Theaters,

well known Festivals and youth theatres:

  • “One night in April” (Habima National Theatre),

  • “The night of the twentieth” (Haifa Theatre),

  • “Slideshow night” (Akko Festival & Tzavta Theatre), 

  • “Hashachar Shel Gaya” (Mediatheque Theater),

  • “Tracking Signs” (Haifa International Children’s Theatre Festival),

  • “The Troll on the Mountain” (Elmina Theatre Festival for Children & Youth),

  • “Something Else” (Herzliya Municipal Theatre),

  • “Grease – The Musical” (Herzliya Municipal Theatre),

  • “Six Characters in Search of an Auther” (Seminar Hakkibutzim College) and more...


From her second year of studies, she began working as an assistant to leading Costume Designer & Milliner, Maor Zabar. Among the Productions she took part in:

  • “Father Goriot” (Habima National Theatre),

  • “Uncle Vanya” (The Khan Theatre Jerusalem), “Romeo & Juliet” (Be’er Sheva Theatre),

  • “Yabaleck” (Akko Festival),

  • “Mary Lou Musical” & Super-Pharm Beauty Commercials. 


Karin is now living in Germany/Israel, dividing her time between Set & Costume Design & making her first Collection as a Milliner.

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