Wilma Lewis
Make Up Artist
Wilma Nicole Lewis is a New York City-based makeup artist and hair stylist. She has freelanced for over five years, lending her talent to numerous student and independent directors on film shorts, videos, photo shoots, as well as other forms of creative work. Certified as a makeup artist in film and television by the Long Island Beauty School, Wilma also gained her licensing as a barber and cosmetologist by ABI in New York. Wilma Nicole served as the key makeup artist for several films, including "The Heights" by director Natasha Hall, "Three O'Clock Sunday Dinner" by director Amanda Johnson, and "The Day the Bread Turned Green" by the Emmy Award winning director JP Light. Wilma also worked on Flavio Alves' last short film "Even In My Dreams" and is proud to join him again.
Photo by Michael Seto