In Conversation with Deborah Riley:

Creating the Visual World of Game of Thrones

Monday 20 August 2018 6:30PM
NIDA Theatres, Parade Theatre

In Conversation with Deborah Riley: <br><br>
Creating the Visual World of <i>Game of Thrones</i>
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Online ticket sales have now closed for this evening's event - however tickets will be available on the door from 5:30pm

In a very special evening, NIDA Design Graduate and Production Designer Deborah Riley, who joined the series in Season 4, will talk about how Game of Thrones was designed and filmed, and give the audience a unique insight into the collaborative process involved in making one of the most acclaimed and beloved TV shows of all time.

A Q&A session led by NIDA Director/CEO Kate Cherry will be held at the end of Deborah’s address.

Tickets are limited.

About Deborah Riley
Deborah always wanted to be an artist. When she was little, she would have said she wanted to be an animator. When she left for university, she wanted to be an architect. When that meant too many straight lines, she studied to be a stage designer for theatre and that later morphed into being on the drawing board in the art department and eventually to production design. Growing up in Australia and working there for the first part of her career, she was later mentored by Brigitte Broch who opened up the world for her and she’s been a gypsy ever since. Deborah moved to LA in 2008, but the move did not properly pay off until 2013 when she was hired as the new production designer on Game of Thrones through until the show finished filming in July 2018.

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