RICHARD WM HUDSON
PRODUCTION AND COSTUME DESIGNER
FILM • THEATRE • FASHION • TV
Richard WM Hudson has been working as a Set and Costume Designer for the past 16 years. His studies include: BA Theatre Design at ‘Central St Martin’s College of Art and Design’ and MA Production Design at ‘The National Film and Television School’. Whilst studying, Richard worked as a designer for The Blue Orange Theatre Company, receiving a 5 star review in Magazines; 'What’s On', 'The Stage' and 'Time Out'. He also Art directed and Production designed a variety of short films for the London International Film School, and independent production companies. Working with now world acclaimed film directors and producers.
On graduating, Richard designed two period TV drama pilots ‘Devilwood’ and ‘Londongrad’ and has now completed three features, ‘The Englishman’, ‘Tu£sday’ and ‘Lotus Eaters’. He is currently production designing and creative producing 'Men Don't Lie' for ‘Fox’ and 'Seven Arts Pictures'. Currently Richard is designing Sets and Costumes on various themed Feature Films, TV Pilots, Fashion shoots/shows, Music Videos, Short Films and Corporate and Theatrical Productions also working for Central St Martin’s Art College as a visiting Film Design Tutor, and developing his own projects as a writer, producer and director.
Working very closely with the Director, Producer and Cinematographer, Richard not only gives the project a very strong visual concept, but also works as a creative producer attaching cast, crew, and music to the project.
Recently Richard was the subject for an article in ‘The Mirror’, newspaper about working as a British Production Designer and has been interviewed in a British TV documentary called 'Makers'. Also working as a Photographer, recently being published in ‘UK Vogue’, for ‘Rodnik Band’ the fashion label, and stills on various cinematic projects. He has recently been designing film posters for various productions, and has provided backdrops for promotional shoots for Vanity Fair Magazine.
Richard currently lives in London, UK. Holding both UK/USA passports and is a member of Screen Yorkshire.
Richard's style has a ‘dark’ theme. Most likely from his early work in a darkened Theatre.
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