Steven Jones-Evans is one of Australia’s most prominent and prolific production designers. Steven’s recent credits include the critically acclaimed films Breath (dir. Simon Baker, 2017), Partisan (wr/dir. Ariel Kleiman, 2015) and The Daughter (dir. Simon Stone, 2015) starring Geoffrey Rush.
Steven’s previous credits include The Railway Man (dir. Johnathan Teplitzky, 2013), the NBC Universal/Matchbox television series Camp (2013), Adoration (dir. Anne Fontaine, 2013), Burning Man (dir. Jonathan Tepliztky, 2011), The Hunter (dir. Daniel Nettheim, 2011), The Tree (dir. Julie Bertuccelli, 2010), Unthinkable (2010), Buffalo Soldiers (2001), Two Hands (1999), Ned Kelly ( all dir. Gregor Jordan), Metal Skin and Romper Stomper (both dir. Geoffrey Wright, 1992), as well as the television series Wildside (dir. Michael Jenkins, 1998).
His work has earned numerous nominations and his awards include the AFI award for Best Production Design in 1995 for Metal Skin and again in 2003 for Ned Kelly. Steven also won the IF award for Best Production Design in 2003 for Ned Kelly.
Steven most recently designed for the feature film Hotel Mumbai (dir. Anthony Maras, 2017), which was shot in Australia and India.
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