Production Design for Television

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Focal Press, 1993 - Performing Arts - 196 pages
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Drawing on the fields of theatrical design, art, architecture and television theory, this book offers readers unique insight into the special challenges facing the television production designer. Readers will learn how to create floorplans, elevations,
details, and plots, as well as how to transfer ideas into real working sets.


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Contents

Origins
3
Roles and Responsibilities
17
Objectives
24
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Byrne is a production designer, art director, and scenic artist. He has made a twenty year career in New York, Dublin, and London on television, film, and live performance projects.

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