Vanessa Vadineanu was born in Berlin in December 1987. She spent her childhood in Constanza at the Black Sea, Romania, where she grew up until 2001. In 2012, she studied stage and costume design at the Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee, graduating with a diploma in 2018. For the 2018/2019 season she was a permanent costume assistant at the Deutsches Theater Berlin. During her studies, she gained a lot of experience as a stage, costume and make-up designer, both at opera and film. For Neue Szenen III: Die Durchbohrung der Welt at Deutsche Oper Berlin, she developed the costume design together with Florence Klotz in April 2017. Together with her and Zsófia Geréb, she conceived and realized her own production Orpheus.Eurydike.Amor - Drei Stimmen der Einsamkeit, which celebrated its premiere at the KunstKooperative in Berlin on February 23, 2018. She designed the costume for the youth play Die Mitte der Welt, directed by Robert Neumann, which was performed at the Neues Theater Halle in March 2018. In the same month, the play Prosthese der Autonomie - eine Sci-Fi Oper, winner of the Berliner Opernpreis 2018, held its premiere in Berlin. Together with Florence Klotz, she designed the stage and costume design. Another joint work is the costume design for the youth play Cheer Out Loud! at the Grips-Theater, which premiered in January 2019. At the Deutsches Theater Berlin she designed the set for the play Wölfe under the direction of Lasse Scheiba, together with Carla Satoca Berges. The premiere took place in June 2019. She is currently creating the stage and costume design for the play Regime der Liebe, which will premiere at the Deutsches Theater Berlin November 2019.