(written from a Production point of view)
After earning a diploma as a dressmaker and five years of running her own fashion and costume studio, Gabl enrolled at the School of Art and Design in Basel, Switzerland, where she graduated with a degree in fashion design. In 1996, Gabl immigrated to Los Angeles and soon landed work in the entertainment industry. Within a couple of years, she was accepted into the Costume Designers Guild as a costume illustrator and the Motion Picture Costumers Union as costume maker.
Gabl's credits as a costume illustrator include Ghosts of Mars, xXx: State Of The Union, Mission to Mars, Don't Stop The Carnival (theater), L'Oreal (several commercials), and The Janet Jackson Tour 2001. Her credits as a costume maker include xXx: State Of The Union, Fly By (Superman), Pluto Nash, Contact, HBO's From The Earth To The Moon, and Bicentennial Man.
Gabl currently teaches model drawing and fashion illustration at OTIS College of Art and Design. From 1999 to 2003, she worked on the television series Sabrina, the Teenage Witch as head pattern maker and fitter. She also created all of the costume illustrations needed for the show.