Randall Wilkins is an award-winning filmmaker and Set Designer working in Los Angeles, California.
Along with his own film projects he has set design credits on over 80 films and currently teaches design classes for new Set Designers and Art Directors at the Art Directors Guild in Los Angeles, as well as classes in 3D modeling, visualization, and traditional Art Department skills.
He also has his own online film design school which offers classes worldwide. Wrand Productions provides classes in traditional design skills that are no longer taught at Hollywood film studios and are often not part of the curriculum of most film schools.
He has also taught at UCLA, the Los Angeles Film School, and has guest lectured at a number of schools in the US and Europe.
Wilkins received a BFA in Cinema from The Ohio State University and is a graduate of the Directing Program at the American Film Institute Conservatory in Los Angeles, California.
I love your blog! Very unique content and interesting posts! Thank you!
thank you very much for all your posts and suggestion! I’m a set design student. and I almost found everything in the blog so valuable for me. All those I missed during my first years of study in set design and those important tecniques tricks and book suggestions that my professors didn’t teach patiently I again learned them here.
plus* I’m learning how to use your perspective quick view tool. I just downloaded them and soon to print them on acetate. ; )
Hello from a french student,
Thank you for your amazing blog. Very stimulating for my work at the University. I’m writing an academic memory about painting backings in contemporary french movies. You seem to know so many thing about the art of backdrop…I would like very much to speak to you.
Have a nice day !