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Elizabeth "Paige" Bossier did not know her first name was Elizabeth until Kindergarten, so she goes by Paige.  She is currently a Scenographer and jack-of-all-trades in the television, film, and theater industry in New Orleans. 


After finishing her B.A. in Film at Emerson College in Boston, she spent much of her early career in Los Angeles employed in the set-decorating department for such shows such as True Blood, Shark, Fast Beat Band, Hell’s Kitchen, and Vanished.  She has also worked on such feature films as How to Rob a Bank, Walk the Talk, Somebody Help Me, Miriam, and Fifty Pills. 


Over the years she has been a set decorator, prop master, art director, lens technician, camera assistant, set dresser, and set-dressing buyer, but it was her work on True Blood with Rusty Lipscomb and Cindy Carr that led her back to her roots in theater. Bossier has designed sets for The Underpants and God of Carnage for the Morgan-Wixson Theater in Santa Monica as well as The Colored Museum, Far Away, Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin, and DREAMers for CSULB where she received her MFA in Technical Theater.

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