AUDE BRONSON-HOWARD (Costume Designer) designed the costumes for Martin Brest's Scent of a Woman in 1992. She recently created the costume designs for Harold Ramis’ Analyze This starring Robert De Niro and Billy Crystal. Other credits include Mike Newell's Donnie Brasco starring Al Pacino and Johnny Depp, also Al Pacino's own Looking for Richard, and Brian De Palma’s Carlito’s Way starring Al Pacino and Sean Penn.

Ms. Bronson-Howard’s resume also includes three Phil Joanou films: State of Grace (Sean Penn and Gary Oldman), Final Analysis (Richard Gere and Kim Basinger) and Heaven’s Prisoners (Alec Baldwin and Kelley Lynch). Her earlier films, among others, include Alan Parker’s Angel Heart and Mississippi Burning, as well as Peter Medak’s Romeo is Bleeding (Lena Olin and Gary Oldman).

Ms. Bronson-Howard was raised in Paris, France and has a long history as a fashion designer. She currently owns a design/manufacturing company in New York which sells luxury scarves and robes, as well as a full line of home linen accessories.