Prior to creating Copper’s period costumes, ranging from New York City’s high society to the impoverished citizens of Five Points – Genie, Gemini and Emmy®-nominated costume designer Delphine White’s other period costume credits include The Winning Season, Phillip Marlowe Private Eye, Lives of the Saints, and Road To Avonlea.
White’s feature credits include Jim Sheridan’s Dream House, where she used costumes to reveal elements of the narrative in the physical form, as well as Barry Levinson’s Man of the Year, Terry Gilliam’s Tideland co-designed with Mario D’Avignon, The Man, Paul Hunter’s Bulletproof Monk, when she brought a comic book character to life through pure imagination and found freedom in both the concept and the realization of unseen characters. Others credits include You Stupid Man; Bait; The Wrong Guy; Kids In The Hall: Brain Candy; Milk and Honey; Martha, Ruth & Edie; Visiting Hours; Hog Wild; and Blood and Guts. Early in her career White worked with David Cronenberg on Scanners, Videodrome, and Fast Company, and discovered the wide-ranging yet subtle recognition of horror in the ordinary.
White has amassed an impressive list of credits including television series such as Breakout Kings, War of the Worlds, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, and Catwalk. Her television mini-series and movie credits include Taking a Chance On Love, The Gathering, Brian’s Song, A Saintly Switch, My Date With the President’s Daughter, The Spider and the Fly, Lives of Girls and Women, The World’s Oldest Living Bridesmaid, Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman, Letting Go, and The Life and Times of Edwin Alonzo Boyd.