MEGHAN ROGERS : PRODUCTION DESIGN : PORTFOLIO
Currently Meghan lives in Los Angeles.
Meghan moved to Los Angeles in 2002 and has been working non-stop in film and TV ever since. She’s been Production Designer or Art Director on over 75 projects. Working closely with her directors, she particularly enjoys the journey from early narrative concept and research to set construction and post visual effects. Creating a compelling, cohesive vision, she provides the appropriate framework for the emotions and themes consistent with her directors’ vision and the narrative of the script. Equally at home with paint and brush or computer, she designs complete worlds implementing digital technology and traditional design technique in her comprehensive production design process.
Meghan began her career in Theatre and Graphic Design. She has a BA in theatrical design from Arizona State University and an MFA in design from the University of California Irvine. Strictly hands on, she has worked as a draftsman (CAD and hand), carpenter, welder, scenic artist, graphic designer and property master at various theatres in CA, AZ, and NY. She’s worked on film projects all over the US - Los Angeles, New York, New Jersey, Shreveport, Baton Rouge, Atlanta, Reno, Las Vegas, Austin, Albuquerque, & Puerto Rico to name a few. She has also worked in Monaco and France.
Trivia: She has also danced in a Super Bowl half-time show!
IN THE PRESS
NPR - Morning Addition
New TV Drama Recounts Heroic Escapes On The Underground Railroad
"Visiting the set of a historical drama can be a surreal experience, and Underground was no exception."
VARIETY UP NEXT
VARIETY SUNDANCE FILM REVIEW "THE SIGNAL"
"Pic’s exquisite visual design is the real star, from the blindingly white, menacing interiors of Damon’s facility to the warm and evocative flashbacks from Nic and Haley’s early days together. David Lanzenberg’s camera is always on the move, but the images are carefully composed with a level of elegance rarely seen in teen-oriented genre pics; Eubank started as a d.p. himself, and “The Signal” looks a good deal more expensive than its modest budget would suggest. Visual and special effects are sparingly but effectively used, and Meghan Rogers’ production design inventively conveys a sense that the characters are trapped somewhere between Earth and outer space."
EXAMINER: Meghan C. Rogers: Making Movie Magic... From Scratch
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