DarWest
crew
Art Team
Matthew Hightshoe
Production Designer

Matthew Hightshoe recently graduated from Indiana University where he majored in Fine Arts, concentrating in drawing and painting.

He also studied production design for opera at IU's School of Music, where he was able to propose several set designs for numerous productions.

Mr. Hightshoe discovered a fascination with buildings and architecture at an early age.   Before he graduated from high school, he had participated in the Young American House Project for three consecutive years.  He earned the second-place trophy in each of the contests, which were sponsored by the Construction Trades Foundation.

DarWest is his first major project in cinematic production design.

 

JR Smith
Conceptual Designer

 

Julie Fischoff
Costume Designer

Julie Fischoff received a degree in Costume Construction Technology at Indiana University, where she designed wardrobes for the theatrical productions of Picasso at the Lapin Agile (1998) and Lilly Lee's Science Fair Project (1997).

In 1998 she also assisted in ghoulish costume design for the Bloomington Playwrights Project's production of Hey! Vampires! as well as the John Waldron Arts Center's production of Dracula.

In addition to her design work, Ms Fischoff has also benefitted from two years' experience at IU's Opera/Ballet Costume Shop and five months of volunteer work for the Elizabeth Sage Historic Costume Collection.

She was recently chosen to participate in the Theatre Development Fund Costume Collection's 1999 Summer Intern Program in New York City, an eight-week seminar which includes tours of professional venues and meetings with costume designers of several Broadway shows.

DarWest marks her first effort in cinematic costume design.

 

Jeremy Harris
illustration layout

 

Eva Glackman
illustration layout

 

Amber Reynolds
illustration layout

 

Caley Lents
additional design work

 

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