Syrie Moskowitz is a New York-based actress, model, and director known for her expertise in historical costuming and aesthetics, and ability to envision fairy-tale scripts and sets. She grew up helping her mother restore antique garments (and cats) in the Appalachian foothills of Tennessee.
From a young age, Syrie's multi-faceted creativity led her around the world to collaborate with artists, authors, and photographers-including, Ellen von Unwerth, Mark Seligar, Pamela Hanson, David Salle, Amy Arbus, George Holz, Salman Rushdie, David Michalek, and Jenny Morgan. Syrie has been featured on the cover of many magazines as well as in campaigns for Bacardi, Lancome, and Kate Spade for two years running (with Karlie Kloss and Iris Apfel), and editorials in Vanity Fair, W Magazine, Vogue, Italian Vogue, Modern Painters, Playboy, VS Magazine, and Spirit and Flesh.
She is also creative director of the immersive theatre group, The Lillian Lorraine Collective, for which she has written, directed, and produced numerous performances over the last six years. Her shows have appeared at Lincoln Center, New York Hot Jazz Fest, the Whitney Museum, the Illuminati Ball, and the National Arts Club/Antiques Roadshow). She also starred in the Broadway immersive hit, "Ziegfeld's Midnight Frolic" by Cynthia Von Buhler and directed the immersive musical, "The Heart of Winter," written by film composer Rolfe Kent for the Unmarked Door in Los Angeles.