Episode 91: Designing Character - When Your Client is a Script
This episode of the podcast is a celebration of set decorators. Set decorators are a special breed of designer. They are designer, artist and a little mad scientist. They create design and feel for the tv shows and movies we love to watch. They actually define the style of the characters. Following is part one of a panel from the WestEdge Design Fair featuring Rosemary Brandenburg, William DeBiasio, K.C. Fox and Tara Stephenson, this conversation is moderated by Architectural Digest’s Ruth Tooker. Interior designers have the luxury of interviewing their clients to get a sense of the environment they will create. Set decorators must develop characters from reading the script. This panel covers the process a set decorator undergoes to take the characters from page to stage, creating environments for the story. A conversation with 4 remarkable set decorators on Designing Character, when your client is a script.
Set decorator Rosemary Brandenburg talks about what set decorators do and how they get hired. This segment is from a panel entitled Defining Character: When Your Client is a Script. Additional panelists include Tara Stephenson, K.C. Fox, William DeBiasio and the panel was moderated by Architectural Digest's Ruth Tooker. The panel was recorded at WestEdge Design Fair in November 2016.