Laura  Calcaterra

Makeup Artist      Hair Stylist

Film      Print      Corrective    Special FX     Stage Beauty

Los Angeles    305-926-7497

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Laura’s experience on set and stage is comprehensive.  She was born in Detroit, Michigan, recognized as the national hub for corporate and industrial video production.  She first applied her makeup design skills as a young adult on award winning videos and fashion shoots in Metro Detroit in the early 1980s.  She received a Bachelor’s Degree of Arts & Sciences in Telecommunications at Michigan State University studying Video Production, Photography, Studio Art and lighting.  Relocating to Miami Beach in 1993 gave her the artistic freedom to designed looks for music videos, commercials and feature films also mastering set continuity.   Having the opportunity to relocate Los Angeles in 2001 helped add variety to her repertoire including print, high definition, corrective techniques, air brushing,  special FX, set continuity, and  celebrity make up. 

2nd Verdict, PAX reality, Glass Heels, The Money Shot

Triloquist, Tools Substitute, Brothas In Arms, Just One Kiss, Midsummer's Nights Rave

“Eternal Waltz”  Angel Baker Productions   “Usagi-San” AFI,    “Zombie Marriage Counseling: (2 Episodes) “I Don’t Eat Guys” & “I am a Lesbian”,    The Outlaw Emmett Deemus and the Porno Queen,    “Mr. Venegar and the Curse”, “Stunt Junkie”

Roland Printers, Doctor’s Lotion, Yosh 

Alzheimer’s Association “A Night at Sardi’s”, Wayne Foster Entertainment

Roland Printers, The Children's Place, Soap Opera Digest, Carilyn Vaile, Beach Girls “TBG5” (Hair), Marriott Resorts, Miss Detroit Grand Prix, Glamour Shots, Lush Models (Lingerie Calendar)

Somone “ooh La-La-La”,  Michael Quatro, “Don’t Fall in Love”

CORPORATE  •  INDUSTRIAL  •   INTERVIEWS, Kroger, UPS,  NAMM, Edison International, Seasilver, Earthlology, Mass Media marketing

(top) hair:  “The Beach Girls BG5“  (bottom right) MySpace promo “zombie series”  (left) Alessia Bonacci, short film”Where You Left the Chip” (bottom): Alzheimer's Event