'Working with the Art Department' with The British Film Designer's Guild.
Save the Date: Thursday 22nd September - 13:00-13:30
How can the art department work with production more efficiently in a rapidly changing film and to production environment?
The BFGD will discuss; budgets, prep, workflow leadership and teamwork.
With Adam O'Neill and Caroline Greville-Morris from BFDG, who will discuss; budgets, prep, workflow leadership and teamwork.
Adam O’Neill - bio
After training in both theatre and film design Adam started his career in the early 90s as an Art Department Assistant with Production Designer Stuart Craig and has progressed through the Art Department working on a range of productions including ‘Gladiator’, ‘Robin Hood’ and ‘Prometheus’ (Directed by Ridley Scott) and Showtime’s ‘The Borgias’ for which he received an Emmy nomination.
As a Supervising Art Director he works in film and high end TV, most recently on Sam Mendes’ ‘Empire of Light’ and as Production Designer on the short film ‘The Electricity in Me’.
CarolineGreville-Morris - bio
Caroline is a Production Designer, who works on mid budget, independent and TV stand alone movies. In a career spanning 30 years, she has designed every genre including Victorian and 1950's period drama, futuristic sci fi, gritty realism, contemporary comedy caper and arty art house. She has designed 2 dramatised documentaries, the most recent of which uses the virtual production techniques and has been nominated for an Emmy.
She learned her craft through the 80's art directing over 700 music videos, transitioning to commercials in the 90's, working on accounts both small and epic around the world. In the last 2 years she has worked as senior Art Director and Set Decorator on HETV series, The Great and A Town Called Malice, out next year.