Set decorator/set dresser

Alex Falkner

One of NZ's most experienced and sought after prop/model makers and set builders. Also has Art Director and Production Designer experience. Comprehensive and always expanding range of skills. Alex can be a one-man art department or a part of a team. Very impressive CV loaded with international credits.

Aurelian Campbell

Experienced set dresser, set builder, also has experience as designer and art director. Awesome worker with a huge range of industry and real-world practical experience.

David Feind

Hugely experienced Stage Hand, Set Builder, Props Maker and Fabricator. One of the best Art Department CV's we've ever seen.

Gabriella De Candia

Experienced Art Department assist, set decorator, props stand-by and props maker. Good credits.

Gim Bon

12 years experience in art department. 

Greg Allison

Very experienced Art Director with a broad range of industry skills, proven team leading and project management ability.  Many international credits.

Hanna Sproston

All purpose art-department legend with great credits. Check out the CV and website.

Nic Learmonth.

A conscientious worker with a good eye and skills and experience in a range of roles.

Paul Irving

Art Dept assistant with extensive experience, some design and Art Direction experience. Great practical and building skills and a scaffolding ticket too!

Seanne Culhane

Set Dresser, Art Dept Assistant. Excellent CV. Full license and own vehicle.

Sonia Bass

Multi-skilled industry professional, with credits in Design, Art Direction, General Art Department as well as illustration and digital design. Fantastic CV.

Steven Mac Sweeney

Over 6 years of film industry experience. Works as a Set Dresser, Art Assistant, Props and Runner/PA. Confident, enthusiastic and efficient in a variety of positions with lots of real-world international experience.  Flexible and open to many jobs. 

Sven Wiig

Sven has been employed in the film and television industry Art Department since 1995, in projects from low budget, fast turnover TVCs to big budgetfeature films.