Obie O'Brien is a South Australian based Set Dresser and Production Designer.
He cut his teeth working as a standby on the set of Mcleod's Daughters,
a role in which he gained an intimate familiarity with on set practices and realities.
Making his mark set dressing on such films as Wolf Creek and Caterpillar Wish (IF production design award 2006). His natural resourcefulness and practicality have seen him as a key crew member on many of Adelaide's foremost art departments for the better part of a decade.
With prior experience and qualifications in management, construction and supervision, it was not long before he found himself in art director and designer roles, such as Jackie’s Spring Palace (SASA best production design award 2010), The Edge of Reality, Cropped (AACTA best short nominee 2012), and recently released television series' Prank Patrol Road Trip and Danger 5.
Name: Obie O'Brien
Lives in: Adelaide, Australia
Occupation: Art Director, Production Designer and Other
Prank Patrol Road Trip
Television by Active TV / ABC3 Art Director
Coniston, Telling it True
Television by PAW media / Rebel Films Art Director
Film by Dinosaur Pty Ltd / SBS Production Designer
Documentary by McLaren House Production Designer
Film (short) by Black Cat White Rabbit Production Designer
Jackie's Spring Palace
Film (short) by The Cutting Room Art Director
Die for Real
Film by Mike Green Productions Art Director
The Edge of Reality
Film (short) by Room 419 Production Designer
Love Story 2050
Film by Baweja Films Art Director (australia)
Film (short) by Desi2thongs Productions Production Designer
Film (short) by Blimp Media Art Director
Film (short) by Fleece Films Production Designer
Flinders University Screen Studies Major in Screen Production