A set designer is in charge of designing and creating sets for films, television, theatre, and other entertainment media such as video games and virtual reality experiences.
Set designers take drawings and ideas from the production team are transform them into realistic set that include scenery, furniture, and props. They also create small-scale models, manage budgets, and attend show rehearsals.
- Art Direction
- Artistic Sense and Good Taste
- Creativity in the Face of Challenges
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