ABOUT

With over 30 years experience in film and television, Tamara Deverell has devoted her many talents as a Production Designer and Art Director to a wide range of film and television projects spanning various periods and styles, from Sci-Fi to Victorian era.

Tamara is currently working on Guillermo del Toro's "Cabinet of Curiosities" and recently finished del Toro's feature "Nightmare Alley". Prior to this, Tamara completed the second season of Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek: Short Trek for CBS. She has brought her vision to many television series including: Incorporated, a futuristic thriller produced by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, The Strain, produced by Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cruse for FX network. Other television credits include: Anne Rice’s Feast for All Saints (2001), Sounder (2003) and  Eloise at the Plaza and Eloise at Christmastime (2003, DGA and Emmy® award winners), Happy Town (2010), Breakout Kings (2011) as well as the first three seasons of the popular NBC series Suits (2011-2013).

Additionally, Deverell’s credits for Production Design in feature films include: Firehouse Dog (2007), Charlie Bartlett (2007), Breakfast with Scot (2007) Cooking With Stella (2009) , Score: A Hockey Musical (2010) and Still Mine (2012).

Tamara’s early career began in Montreal working in the Art Department of various film productions with noted Canadian Designer, Francois Seguin. As an Art Director, she also had the privilege of working with award-winning Production Designer Carol Spier on a variety of feature films including David Cronenberg’s Crash (1996) and eXistenZ (1999), as well as Guillermo del Toro’s Mimic (1997). Deverell also worked with Academy Award® winning Designer John Myhre as the Art Director on X-Men (2000).


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NIGHTMARE ALLEY
ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST: In Nightmare Alley, Art Deco Furniture Stars Alongside Cate Blanchett and Bradley Cooper
VARIETY: American Cinematheque’s Inaugural Crafts Tribute
VARIETY: ‘Nightmare Alley’ First Reactions Commend Guillermo del Toro Noir’s ‘Breathtaking’ Production Design, Bradley Cooper’s ‘Career-Best Performance’
ROLLING STONE: Why ‘Nightmare Alley’ Is One Gorgeous, Bleak American Dream Flameout

GOLD DERBY: Nightmare Alley production designer Tamara Deverell on creating the world of Guillermo del Toro
HOLLYWOOD NEWS: 2021 Critics Choice Awards
DEADLINE: Guillermo del Toro Hid A ‘Mimic’ Easter Egg In His Most Recent Film ‘Nightmare Alley’


STAR TREK DISCOVERY
How Do You Improve on Perfection?
TREK MOVIE: Tamara Deverell On Designing Pike’s Ready Room, Section 31, And More For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’
TREK CORE: Talking Season 2 Sets with STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Production Designer Tamara Deverell

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ABOUT

With over 30 years experience in film and television, Tamara Deverell has devoted her many talents as a Production Designer and Art Director to a wide range of film and television projects spanning various periods and styles, from Sci-Fi to Victorian era.

Tamara is currently working on Guillermo del Toro's "Cabinet of Curiosities" and recently finished del Toro's feature "Nightmare Alley". Prior to this, Tamara completed the second season of Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek: Short Trek for CBS. She has brought her vision to many television series including: Incorporated, a futuristic thriller produced by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, The Strain, produced by Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cruse for FX network. Other television credits include: Anne Rice’s Feast for All Saints (2001), Sounder (2003) and  Eloise at the Plaza and Eloise at Christmastime (2003, DGA and Emmy® award winners), Happy Town (2010), Breakout Kings (2011) as well as the first three seasons of the popular NBC series Suits (2011-2013).

Additionally, Deverell’s credits for Production Design in feature films include: Firehouse Dog (2007), Charlie Bartlett (2007), Breakfast with Scot (2007) Cooking With Stella (2009) , Score: A Hockey Musical (2010) and Still Mine (2012).

Tamara’s early career began in Montreal working in the Art Department of various film productions with noted Canadian Designer, Francois Seguin. As an Art Director, she also had the privilege of working with award-winning Production Designer Carol Spier on a variety of feature films including David Cronenberg’s Crash (1996) and eXistenZ (1999), as well as Guillermo del Toro’s Mimic (1997). Deverell also worked with Academy Award® winning Designer John Myhre as the Art Director on X-Men (2000).


PRESS

NIGHTMARE ALLEY
ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST: In Nightmare Alley, Art Deco Furniture Stars Alongside Cate Blanchett and Bradley Cooper
VARIETY: American Cinematheque’s Inaugural Crafts Tribute
VARIETY: ‘Nightmare Alley’ First Reactions Commend Guillermo del Toro Noir’s ‘Breathtaking’ Production Design, Bradley Cooper’s ‘Career-Best Performance’
ROLLING STONE: Why ‘Nightmare Alley’ Is One Gorgeous, Bleak American Dream Flameout

GOLD DERBY: Nightmare Alley production designer Tamara Deverell on creating the world of Guillermo del Toro
HOLLYWOOD NEWS: 2021 Critics Choice Awards
DEADLINE: Guillermo del Toro Hid A ‘Mimic’ Easter Egg In His Most Recent Film ‘Nightmare Alley’


STAR TREK DISCOVERY
How Do You Improve on Perfection?
TREK MOVIE: Tamara Deverell On Designing Pike’s Ready Room, Section 31, And More For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’
TREK CORE: Talking Season 2 Sets with STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Production Designer Tamara Deverell

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