Stevo Bedford is a 3D Concept Designer, Illustrator and Art Director with special expertise in designing highly creative and complex environments.
His broad skill set enables him to take a set from inception through execution to delivery, of both practical builds and digital extensions.
Production Designer: Dan Dorrance Director: Wes Ball
Hired to design the 'bad guys' HQ building.
Production Designer: Andrew Menzies Director: Dean Israelite
Concept Design of two large sets with digital extensions
Production Designer: Rick Carter Director: Steven Spielberg
Complex MoCap set coordination and sculpting of organic sets.
Production Designer: Scott Chambliss Director: Brad Bird
SciFi city and building concepts and illustrations, VFX liaison.
Production Designer: Martin Whist Director: Shawn Levy
Assistant Art Direction and VFX liaison.
Prod. Designer: Kirk Petruccelli Director: Roland Emmerich
Concept and Set Design of ‘Air Command’ set and consoles
Production Designer: Martin Whist.
Hero motorbike design development and animation.
Production Designer: Alex McDowell Director: Zack Snyder
Set Design and 3d Modelling of complex Kryptonian geometry.
Stevo was Founder and Art Director of his own successful Illustration and Animation studio for over 10 years, working for award winning architects including Santiago Calatrava, Renzo Piano, Norman Foster, Nicholas Grimshaw and Will Alsop.
Stevo and his team worked on many high profile projects including 'The Shard of Glass' (London's tallest building), BBC Broadcasting House, Battersea Power Station Redevelopment, A Proposal for the Tallest Tower in Riyadh.
Stevo worked at two of the world's leading architects, Norman Foster Architects and Will Alsop Architects. Will Alsop was one of the pioneers of organic form in architecture, and where Stevo worked on the competitions design team.
Stevo Bedford studied architecture at two of the world's leading architecture schools, the Bartlett School of Architecture (part of University College London), and the Architectural Association, in London, where he won the Maeda Competition Gold Prize. Stevo also completed a course in Art Direction at Pinewood Studios.