After spending most of my career working on television productions, latterly as a Production Designer, I realised that I didn’t enjoy being a Head of Department and wanted to spend more time doing what I enjoyed most – drawing and getting sets built! So in 2006 I demoted myself to Art Director and returned to work in the film industry. This has enabled me to concentrate on what I do best and has made me very happy!
I’d love to put some of my recent work on the website, but copyright and contract restrictions prevent me from publishing anything I’ve done during the past ten years – which I can only show to prospective employers within the industry.
The set drawings shown here, and set sketches that appear elsewhere on the website, were part of the preliminary work for long-forgotten television productions that never got made. They are intended as reference material for the many students who write to me – to give some idea of how to lay out a simple drawing and to demonstrate the basic skills they will need to have if they want to work in a film Art Department.