Interior Design Graduates have been featured on shows such as Bravo's Top Design, TLC's Clean Sweep, and HGTV's Design Star. Many own their own successful design firms or work for big names in the industry like Kelly Wearstler and the international firm that designed the new W Hotel in New York City.
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Make it look good on the inside. Determine the look of an interior space for a residence, business, or television show. Be responsible for everything from the interior and sometimes external finishes, to minor or major architectural drawings and changes, lighting designs, decorative items, and all finished furnishings.
Get ready for some on-screen action. Develop and design sets for film, television, and theatre - from furniture to lamps, accessories, and rugs. Read scripts and research location or decoration requirements and construction budgets. Design and build models or miniature sets used in filming backgrounds or special effects.
Get into the concept. Develop the visual concept of a film, television, or theatre production. Work with the Director. Consider sets, locations, graphics, props, lighting, camera angles, and costumes. Manage the work of the Design Team and Set Construction Team. Help to plan and monitor design budget.
Put your people skills to work. Manage all aspects of large projects such as commercial design projects. Hire Interior Designers, Space Planners, or other Consultants to complete complex jobs. Perfect for someone with strong organizational skills and management know-how.