USC Cinematic Arts

Tino Schaedler is an established Production Designer, Art Director and trained Architect. He is something of a chimera, moving seamlessly across disciplines, always working at the leading edge of change. Whether it is production design for feature films, commercials, event design or architecture: his work is about spaces that tell and frame stories.
After working for three years as an architect at Daniel Libeskind’s office, Tino migrated to the film industry. His combination of design talents and cutting edge digital skills established him as one of the most sought after design talents working today. His art direction credits include productions such as Tim Burton‘s 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory', 'The Golden Compass', 'V for Vendetta' and 'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix', Disney’s 'The Prince of Persia' and Dreamworks' ‘Real Steel’. Tino's client list includes over a dozen of Fortune 100 companies such as Nike, Sony, Porsche and BMW.
A member of the Art Directors Guild in Los Angeles and its Technology Committee, Tino received the British Television Award for Best Production Design and the Art Directors Guild Award for Excellence in Production Design. Tino is a regular guest speaker on his work at universities and conventions worldwide, whilst also regularly contributing on film design to 'Mark' and 'Build' magazines.  His design projects such as the 'Strato Cruiser' and the 'Immersive Cocoon' have been widely featured by CNN, Architectural Digest, Frame, The Future Laboratory, GQ and other internationally renowned publications.
He is a founder of NAU, a cross-disciplinary design collective positioned between architecture and film.