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Emmy Award Winning
Production Designer Of
The mythical worlds of The Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, its towering castles, vast villages, candle lit dungeons and ethereal landscapes have made GAME OF THRONES one of the most striking and dramatic television canvases ever seen. Its rich visual language is an essential part of the mythology of the highly acclaimed series.
In a very special evening to celebrate her work, Deborah Riley will talk about her multi Emmy award winning design, provide insight into the role of design in storytelling and how the series has continued to evolve visually.
This talk is for fans of the series, for producers, directors, writers, actors or anyone interested in the art of television and design.
Wednesday, April 13
Chaplin Theatre, Raleigh Studios
655 N. Van Ness
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Reception to follow
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A graduate from Queensland University and NIDA, Deborah Riley started her career as a Set Designer for The Matrix and and later as Assistant Art Director on Moulin Rouge. Riley was mentored by the Production Designer Brigitte Broch, for whom she worked as Art Director on Real Women Have Curves in Los Angeles and Alejandro González Iñárritu's 21 Grams in Tennessee and New Mexico. In 2013, she was employed as Production Designer on season four of HBO's Game of Thrones. Since then she has been awarded back to back Emmys and Art Directors' Guild awards for her work on the show.
She was invited to speak on Visual Storytelling at the Smithsonian Institute in 2015.
Australians in FilmRaleigh Studios5300 Melrose AvenueSuite #B211, Bronson Bldg Hollywood, CA 90038Phone: 323 433 1464