Reid Bartelme is a New York-based dancer and costume designer who specializes in costuming dance. Born in New York, he trained at SUNY Purchase and Pacific Northwest Ballet School and danced with BalletMet, Alberta Ballet, Shen Wei Dance Arts and the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company. Additionally, he danced in productions choreographed by Jack Ferver, Kyle Abraham, Liz Santoro, Douglas Dunn and Merce Cunningham, among others. Reid finished a degree in Fashion Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2012 and has since designed costumes for dances by Milka Djordgevich, Jillian Peña, Michelle Boule, Liz Santoro, Jack Ferver and many others. Along with Harriet Jung, FIT classmate and cofounder of Reid & Harriet Design, Reid has worked with choreographers Justin Peck, Pam Tanowitz, Trey McIntyre, Matthew Neenan and others. They’ve designed productions for the New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Pacific Northwest Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago and Miami City Ballet, among others. Reid and Ms. Jung have completed fellowships at both the Center for Ballet and the Arts and the New York Performing Arts Library. They have created costume centric performance commissions at the Museum of Art and Design and Guggenheim Works and Process in NYC.