Jeremy Conway is an award winning designer for stage and screen.
After completing university at the VCU School of the Arts, he returned to his hometown of Chicago and worked as a set and lighting designer in theater and opera. Following a few successful years there he moved to New York City where his interests expanded to include feature films, episodic television and broadcast studio design.
His credits include: SEX AND THE CITY, SCHOOL OF ROCK, FAILURE TO LAUNCH, UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL and the entire SEX AND THE CITY series for HBO. He designed the NBC OLYMPICS studios for twelve years spanning five Olympic Games, MTV’S TIMES SQUARE STUDIOS, NBC SPORTS FOOTBALL NIGHT IN AMERICA and three iterations of the TODAY SHOW studios for NBC NEWS at ROCKEFELLER CENTER. He also contributed to LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTERMAN at NBC and his art direction credits include: ANGEL HEART, JACOB’S LADDER and THE WAR.
He has lived and designed in London, Barcelona, Athens, Morocco, Sydney, New York, Los Angeles and New Orleans.
If you would like to see some examples of his work, visit the PROJECTS page.