Hayfever at Juilliard

As you may remember I spent most of last month working at Juilliard on various projects. One such project was working on the set decoration for the Drama Department’s production of Hay fever  By Noel Coward.

What I loved about this design was the amount of detail that was put into it. There are about 10 rugs, 50 pictures, and dozens of books covering the stage. Not to mention the Crystal Ball and Ukulele.


The great thing is, that this is what an upper middle class family home from the early 1900’s might have looked like (they enjoyed clutter back then). So it was great to work on a hyper-realist project. I spent most of my time working on the pictures for the walls and I will be doing another post on that later this week, but for now, that’s all!





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