Shane Meador is a Production Designer of independent films. He began his career working in the Art Department on studio features.
Current film projects include pre-production on a feature version of "The Devil Girl of Devonshire."
Shane also works as a Scenic Designer of theatre. He won a DC Metro Dance award for Best Set Design for "Drift," which he designed for Liz Lerman’s Dance Exchange. He designed the off-Broadway production of "Wish I had a Syvia Plath" which played at 59E59.
Current theatrical productions include How to Lose a Mountain for the Dance Exchange.
Shane recently combined loves for theater and media by working as Assistant Projection Designer on "Ghost Brothers of Darkland County," a premiere musical at Atlanta’s Alliance Theater, created by Stephen King, John Mellencamp, and T-Bone Burnett.
Name: Shane Meador
Lives in: Asheville, North Carolina
Occupation: Production Designer
Georgia State University (Atlanta, GA)