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Author: Kim Wannop - Set Decorator

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Decorating Pages is a podcast dedicated to taking you behind the scenes of the designs of your favorite TV shows and Films.
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On this episode I speak with the director of Warner Brothers Prop house Robert Greenfield. Robert started out as a Leadman with Set Decorator Nancy Haigh, on films like “Mars Attacks”, “Waterworld”, “Forrest Gump”, “The Hudsucker Proxy”, “Bugsy”, “The Grifters” and more. He then transitioned into Set Decorating on some of my favorite films like “Slums of Beverly Hills”, “Almost Famous”, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind”, “Introducing Dorthy Dandridge”, “Bad Santa”, “Rocky Balboa”, “The Road” and more. Robert took over running the Warner Brothers Prop house over a decade ago and has transitioned it’s inventory not just into a trove of delightful set dressing but a place for Set Decorator and Buyers to shop for dressing with ease. Running three locations in Burbank with over 200,000 square feet at the main lot, his job of curating the set dressing pieces is massive. He has been an inspiration to me as a Set Decorator, and as the Director of the WB prop house he has made my job easier on many occasions with his calm and pragmatic demeanor. Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
On this podcast I speak with Production Designer Liz Bischof who’s work on the period series “Son of a Critch '' is based on the award-winning bestselling memoir from Mark Critch. The coming of age story is set in Newfoundland in the 1980’s and they shot the series there for the authentic look and feel of his story. Liz started her career in prop making and costume design in theater and transitioned to production design. We chat about loving a good challenge in designing, how one goes about finding a life size moose, and always having “safety couches”. Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
On this episode I speak with Shayne Fox the Production Designer of the Emmy nominated “What We Do in the Shadows”. Shayne has been with the show since the first season as the Set Decorator and in this nominated 4th season she moved to Production Designer. With the sets being so rich in patterns and textures we discuss how she helped create the mood with furniture and design. Shanye talks about the details of the vampire's spaces, growing with the characters through the seasons, the use of practicals and candles for creating the spooky lighting mood. Also.. all that blood. This Emmy nominated Designer also designs and sells a wonderful line of unique and elegant hardware. https://www.shaynefoxdesign.com/ Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
Listen today to Production Designer Mark Scurton talk about his Emmy Nominated series "Wednesday". We talk about his collaboration with Tim Burton, pushing the Addams Family design into a new era and how shooting on location in Romania gave them some freedom. Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. https://www.markscruton.com Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
On this episode I speak with the Creator, Writer, Director of “Only Murders in the Building”, John Hoffman. With the show having 12 Emmy nominations, John is nominated for two Emmys including outstanding writing and outstanding comedy series. This brilliant comedy series starring Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomaz revolves around murders happening in an iconic Gothic Revival style building in NYC that the trio turns into a popular podcast. John and I talk about the process of writing a murder mystery with comedy, keeping the murders rolling through the seasons and thoughts on the writers strike. Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
In this episode I speak with Production Designer Jessica Kender. Known for her exceptional work on projects like “Little Fires Everywhere”, “Tiny Beautiful Things”, “Future Man”, “Dexter” and now nominated work on the period series "Daisy Jones and the Six" for Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Period or Fantasy Program (One Hour or More). Her attention to detail truly transported audiences back to the vibrant music scene of the '70s. She talks about the research of the 70’s music scene, the interpretation from the book to the screen and the 18 month Covid hiatus the project had to take. She also has an amazing wall paper story when she shot in the legendary Sound City. You can check out her site on www.jessica-kender.com Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
This week I'm talking to production Designers Cabot McMullen and Brandon Mendez about their film "Flamin’ Hot"! Directed by Eva Longoria, "Flamin’ Hot" tells the true story of Richard Montañez’s incredible journey from working as a janitor at a Frito Lay plant to creating the massive success of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. Their designs are rich with culture in this period piece. Designing not only the background story of Montañez’s life but deep diving into how these iconic snacks are really produced for the design of the show. Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
On today's podcast I speak with Production Designer Tracey Collins. Tracey’s latest project “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once and Always celebrates the 30th anniversary of the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and the Power Rangers franchise. Tracey aimed to maintain the essence of the original production design while infusing contemporary set pieces. Tracey had worked with the show in costumes and then 10 years later came back to design the series. It was great to meet her and talk about this iconic piece of design. Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
This episode I talk with my dear friend Adam Rowe who’s new show “Glamorous” on Netflix shows off his talents as a Production Designer. The series is a story of a young trans person who lands a dream job at one of the most prestigious make-up companies in the world. The design of his sets are not only colorful and modern but also personal and detailed. We also talk about how he proposed sets for his new show “Matlock”. Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
On today’s podcast I speak with Production Designer Judy Rhee and Set Decorator Cathy Marshall about their first season Peacock series “Poker Face”. With the series storyline being of a girl on the run, the Art Department and Set Dec teams were sprinting to create incredibly detailed sets that lead the character from a Reno casino to southern BBQ, truck stops, dinner theaters, and ending up in Atlantic City. We talk about the struggles of working with no perm sets to fall back on, how having scripts and outlines a head of time kept the team ahead and making upstate NY look like middle America. The team also includes Set Decorator Elizabeth Eggert. Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
Set Decorator Halina Siwolop joins me today to talk about the HBO period series "Perry Mason". Halina has decorated both seasons of “Perry Mason ''and her decorating of depression era Los Angeles is phenomenal. Halina’s use of vintage fabric and period-correct furniture and fixtures gives the feeling of all the different classes in LA in the 1930’s. We talk about finding vintage pieces, old but new looking fixtures, the use of period correct locations and some fabric sources where she hunts for the perfect style and texture. Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
On this episode I speak with Jonah Markowitz, the Production Designer behind the critically-acclaimed limited series "George & Tammy" airing on Showtime. The series follows the tumultuous relationship between country music legends George Jones and Tammy Wynette, and Jonah's stunning production design transports us to the heart of the country music scene from the 60’s through the 90’s. We dive into Jonah's creative process, the challenges he faced getting all that period wallpaper and his use of colors and textures to show the relationship of George & Tammy through the decades. Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
In another FYC episode I have the pleasure of interviewing Production Designer Patrick Howe and Set Decorator Rich Murray for their work on the second season of Hulu's "Only Murders in the Building". We got to chat about the architectural aspect of the design that was integrated into the story this season with passages through the building. All the lovely wallpaper choices and those dressing details that lend to the mystery of the show's plot. They also tease about season 3! Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
On today's episode I speak with Production Designer Jamie McCall. Jamie recently designed the second season of the Apple+ show “Schmigadoon!”. The second season takes on Broadway musicals like “Chicago”, “Cabaret,” “Hair,” “Dreamgirls,” “Oliver!” “Sweeney Todd”. A huge amount of design for her to integrate these sets for the comedic story. We also talk about her project last year “Candy”, the Hulu limited series about a true story of a mother who murdered her neighbor. Also.. check out her IG for some #WideShotWednesdays we discuss how so much of out work isn’t seen adn she’s posting some great shots of her sets that are the wide! Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
In this episode of the podcast, I interview Production Designer Erin Magill about her latest project, "Dead Ringers". This remake of the 80's film features a unique approach to the theme of duplicity, with a focus on feminine palettes and shapes to create sets that enhance the story. The show's look is a bold character with stunning sets ranging from high-end Manhattan apartments to modern hospital designs. Be sure to visit Erin's website to see how she expertly integrates lighting, color, and architecture to further elevate the storytelling. Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
In this episode I speak with The Frank Rich. Rich, a renowned American writer who has made an indelible mark in both the theatrical and political spheres. He has been a celebrated theater critic for The New York Times, where he covered Broadway productions with witty reviews that lended to his nickname of the “Butcher of Broadway”. Making a pivot in his career he turned to contributing to the New York Times and New York Magazine as a political writer, offering insightful commentary on the intersection of politics and culture. He also wrote a book called “The Greatest Story Ever Sold: The Decline and Fall of Truth from 9/11” about the Bush administrations action and reaction to the 9/11 tragedy. As if that’s not a full career he then turned to Executive Producing and consulting for TV and FIlm. His projects include “Becoming Mike Nichols” and “Six by Sondheim” which are great documentaries about broadway and filmmaking. And he produces shows on HBO such as "Succession," "White House Plumbers,", "VEEP," and more. He has such amazing versatility and creative vision. It was an absolute pleasure to speak with him, to catch up a little. He is so generous to give me this time with his busy schedule. He is currently producing “The Regime” starring Kate Winslet which will be coming out on HBO in 2024. Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
In this episode I speak with Production Designer Rocco Matteo and his current project “Rabbit Role”. Rocco focuses on designs of the high-end tech world to a run down childhood home hide out in an endless game of double-cross. Rocco and I discuss his design process and his love of sketching to develop his sets, which I encourage you to check out on his website https://www.cineroc.ca/ . We also discuss his “Kennedy” projects that were six years apart and he was nominated for an Emmy. Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
On today's episode I speak with the super talented Set Decorator Regina Graves. Regina's career has bounced back and forth from film to TV and last year she won an Emmy for her gorgeous decorating on “The Gilded Age”. We'll also hear about her experience working with legendary director Martin Scorsese on “The Irishman”. We talk about her working with Production Designers like Kristian Zea, Bob Shaw, Michael Riva and more. Regina’s work is a total inspiration to me and I know many others. Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
In this episode, I chat with the Production Designer Clarence Major, his designs on the Amazon show, "The Consultant." Clarence shares his creative process and the inspiration behind his use of color and the dramatic staircase design that captivates the main set of the show. Clarence also discusses his journey as art director to Production Designer and an amazing story of starting out designing raves in LA, designing many commercials and more. Are you a fan of TV and film production? Do you love learning about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating your favorite shows and movies? Then you need to check out the Decorating Pages podcast! As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
James Bartol is a Production Designer in NYC who has made a name for himself in the world of Short Films and Independent Films. He has worked on numerous projects, including the recent Indie film "Late Bloomers," which is set in Brooklyn about a young girl who is entangled with an elderly Polish woman and a special relationship occurs. Bartol's talents also extend with a gift for drawing beautiful concept designs for his projects. Which you can see on his site JamesBartol.com. I really enjoyed speaking with him about a pocket of this industry that I really don't’ know anything about.. Short films. Really interesting to connect with someone in another realm of this industry. As an Emmy-winning set decorator, host Kim Wannop brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each episode, featuring interviews with some of the top names in the industry. From production designers to set decorators to prop masters, each guest offers a unique perspective on the art and craft of visual storytelling. Whether you're a film buff, a design enthusiast, or just love hearing fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, the Decorating Pages podcast is a must-listen. So why wait? Subscribe now and get ready to take a deep dive into the world of TV and film production! #DecoratingPagesPodcast #TVProduction #FilmProduction #BehindTheScenes #VisualStorytelling #SetDecorator #ProductionDesigner #PropMaster #DesignEnthusiast #FilmBuff #PodcastLove #SubscribeNow Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at kimwannop@decoratingpagespodcast.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com
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Cindy Pownall

hi there - love the topic however I must say that for someone who is in the industry - I expected that the host would know someone who could help her with her sound levels. please get a pop filter. also some of the comments in general on some of the episodes are... how can I say it... mean?

Nov 18th
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