Most recently Dianne has created costumes for Cinderella at the Grimaldi Forum in Monte Carlo, Sinatra at the London Palladium, McQueen at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, Rhapsody for the Royal Ballet, Norma for the Royal Opera and The War of the Worlds at the Dominion Theatre, as well as four productions for Cirque Berserk . She has a twenty-year association with Watts and Company of Westminster, for whom she has created clerical outfits for churches and cathedrals throughout the country. Dianne studied scenic art under Dame Leslie Woolnough at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and has worked as a scenic artist for The Royal Shakespeare Company, The Royal Opera House, the Old Vic, the Almeida Theatre, the Theatre Royal Bath, the Ant and Dec tour and numerous pantomimes and West End plays and musicals. Film work includes Ridley Scott’s The Counselor . Dianne has also created interior designs for numerous domestic and commercial properties, including the Charing Cross Theatre Restaurant and Bar, and has taught scenic art at Guildhall, Rose Bruford College, The Brit School, GSA and Mountview.
Author’s comment: “My first animated Windows Media Player skin. Every time I’m using The Skins Factory’s WMP skins I want to create skin like theirs! Their skins have rich 3D animations and perfect lighting effects. Few days ago, I started to make this skin with 3Ds MAX. Because of the animations, SkinStudio is not useable for creating it. I have to directly edit the wms file by notepad. And in fact, I really really suffered from switching programs between PhotoShop, 3Ds MAX, GIF Movie Gear, notepad and some folders. But at last, I made it and I think it’s good enough for me, a beginner, to show you and sharing with you!”
In the Druze religion, Jethro is revered as the spiritual founder, chief prophet, and ancestor of all Druze.      Moses was allowed to wed Zipporah, the daughter of Jethro, after helping save his daughters and their flock from competing herdsmen.  It has been expressed by such prominent Druze such as Amal Nasereldeen  and Salman Tarif, who was a prominent Druze shaykh, that this makes the Druze related to the Jews through marriage.  This view has been used to represent an element of the special relationship between Israeli Jews and Druze.