Jeremy Woodward – Set Designer

s=”alignright size-full wp-image-89″ title=”virginia_theatre_machine” src=”” alt=”virginia theatre machine” width=”224″ height=”300″ />Jeremy Woodward designs and builds scenery, props, puppetry, and all manner of large and unusual objects for theater, film, TV, and a wide variety of non-profit, commercial, and governmental clients.  Projects in 2009-2010 include production design for two episodes of a new Frontline/American Experience documentary series titled God in America,  art direction for a primetime dramatic series on ABC, the art direction of two TV pilots, and set design for two feature films.  He regards the Virginia Theatre Machine as one of his finest accomplishments.  Find him online at

To date, Jeremy has more than 50 set designs in theatrical productions since 1998, including off- and off-off-Broadway credits. He was resident designer at Perishable Theatre in Providence, RI, under artistic director Mark Lerman from 1996 to 2004.  Other theatres include Trinity Repertory Company, the Wilma Theatre (Phila. PA), the Berkshire Theatre Festival (Stockbridge, MA), Cape Repertory Theater (Brewster, MA), the Queen’s Company (NYC), the Providence Black Repertory Company, Providence College, and Brown University.

During the late 90’s and early 00’s, Jeremy maintained a large workspace shared with fellow artists and craftsmen, called El Studio La Mano.  This collective provided a base of talent and support for many projects, and several phenomenal parties.  Eventually El Studio La Mano was converted to a business called Fabrication Services, which built scenery and props for many of Jeremy’s shows, client theaters in New York and Providence, commercial clients such as NBC/Universal, and one memorable project constructing a full-scale simulated terrorist attack for the Department of Homeland Security.

Whenever he is not working on a movie, he can be found enjoying the company of his wife Caroline, and daughters Ruby and June.

Jeremy was graduated from Rhode Island School of Design with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts, and a Bachelor’s of Architecture.  He is also a card-carrying member of IATSE, United Scenic Artists Local 829.

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