Award winning designer, Katie Dill (Newly based in Los Angeles!) has a passion for designing live brand experiences and interactions that are both stunning and innovative. Her ability to see and understand the needs of the client, unique eye for design, and sheer determination make her an asset to each company she works with.
Katie is currently the Associate Creative Director at Create & Cultivate in LA, helping people create and cultivate the career of their dreams!
Katie’s past career credits include: Production Designer at Hangar Four Creative (NYC) - leading creative on projects such as the L’Oreal, Paris Age Perfect Cosmetics launch event with Helen Mirren and Viola Dais. Experiential Designer at BMF Media (NYC) - taking charge of the design for TIME magazine’s first ever TIME100 Conference with keynotes by Hillary Clinton, Jane Goodall and more. Freelance Artist for 2017 Clio Award winning event, Hall of magic (NYC)- where she designed and constructed mini replicas of the show’s many magical sets. Freelance Artist for Refinery29’s iconic 29 Rooms (NYC). Freelance Artist at New Creatures (NYC/SF)- Creating concept art for events surrounding Superbowl50. Art Director at Adam Aleksander Presents (NYC)- Designing stunning immersive nightlife events such as the Soho House Garden of Earthly Delights Party. Scenic and Decor Designer for award winning creative agency, Barkley Kalpak Agency (Now- FIRST EVENTS), and Resident Scenic Designer for Casa Manana Theatre (Fort Worth, TX) leading the scenic design for every production in the season.
Katie learned everything she knows while attending The University of North Carolina School of the Arts, studying Scenic Design under noted designers such as; Howard Jones, Eduardo Sicangco, John Coyne and Franco Colavecchia.
"Katie Dill’s handsome set, fills the stage with an image of crowded cottages pressed close together, smartly revolving to reveal a kitchen here, a sewing shop there."
"A fabulous set by Katie Dill, this show is lot better looking and is a lot more fun than you might expect your basic princess-locked-in-a-tower fairy tale to be."
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