David Warren

David Warren

But I think as time goes on people like Bob Stromberg bridging visual effects will become more and more common.

AS: What’s the difference between designing for film and designing in the public sector?
DW: In the public sector you probably design a big building project over three to ten years. But we say, Right, we’re going to do all that in 15 weeks. And your feet don’t touch the ground. They really don’t. It’s like every six months a devil comes and takes a six month bite out of my life that I never see again! And then a year goes by and you sit in a cinema with a load of strange people watching your work come up on the screen. That’s how I describe it. It’s the weirdest thing, it really is!

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About the Interviewer

Tom Lisowski is a production designer who has designed swamp mazes shot in China, crumbling cliffs in Utah, future arenas in South Central, dilapidated tenements and twisted laboratories under luxurious mansions... William Anthony is a Los Angeles-based commercial and editorial photographer specializing in portraiture, lifestyle and documentary imagery... Guest photographer Nelson Cragg is an award-winning cinematographer who shoots and directs television, feature films, and commercial projects. Contact ArtStars: tom@artstars.us