Andrew McAlpine has designed more than 35 feature films in the past 25 years, including such iconic titles as Jane Campion’s THE PIANO, which earned him BAFTA and AFI awards for Best Production Design; Alex Cox’s SID AND NANCY; Spike Lee’s CLOCKERS; and THE BEACH, directed by Danny Boyle.  His recent credits include Dustin Hoffman’s directing debut QUARTET, MADE IN DAGENHAM, directed by Nigel Cole, and Lone Scherfig’s, AN EDUCATION.

With an MFA in fine arts from Nottingham University, McAlpine has extensive opera and theatre design credits as well as collaborations with artists such as Juan Munoz at the Tate Modern, Antony Gormley at The Hayward and architects Branson and Coates in creating Journey Through the Body, for the Millennium Dome. Andrew also regularly designs award winning commercials and music videos.