You probably already know the work of Annie Atkins in films such as The Grand Budapest Hotel, Isle of Dogs, Bridge of Spies, Penny Dreadful and The Tudors to name a few.
Atkins’ designs set pieces for major motion pictures that are so detailed they seem real. Her work may often go unnoticed, but its this uncompromising attention to detail that brings reality to the films she works on.
Annie Atkins is a master craftswoman… She makes the unreal seem hyperreal and the real more supremely alive.Jeff Goldblum
“We’re not always designing for the cinema audience, sometimes it’s purely for the director and actors.”Annie Atkins
Annie Atkins is due to talk at Adobe MAX this year so watch out for that!
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