Enver is a visual artist and costume designer who currently resides between New York and London.
His work has been presented throughout the US, Europe, Asia, South America and Australia.
With The Wooster Group Enver has designed and created costumes for Early Shaker Spirituals, Early Plays (directed by Richard Maxwell), The B-Side, The Town Hall Affair, The Room, and, most recently, A Pink Chair. In addition Enver is a frequent collaborator with Tina Satter’s Half Straddle. With Half Straddle, credits include costume design for Ghost Rings, Ancient Lives, House of Dance and Seagull (Thinking of You). Enver recently designed costumes for Erin Markey’s Boner Killer, as well as her performance art musical, A Ride On The Irish Cream. For Jim Findlay, Enver designed and created costumes for Electric Lucifer and Dream of the Red Chamber. With Young Jean Lee's Theater Company he designed costumes for Straight White Men, presented at The Public, the film A Meaning Full Life, and designed additional costumes for We’re Gonna Die with David Byrne, presented at Southbank Centre, London. Enver designed costumes for Tony Oursler’s feature film, Imponderable, which was on view at MoMA, New York, between June 2016 and April 2017. He has also collaborated with visual artists Aki Sasamoto, Hunter Reynolds and Sara Greenberger Rafferty in fabricating artworks that have been presented at galleries including MoMA PS1, Participant Inc and the Whitney Museum of American Art.