Eve Stewart

Eve Stewart

Eve Stewart is a native Londoner who worked as a Theatre Designer for many years before going back to study a Masters in Architecture at the Royal College of Art. She then went on to do several architectural projects including international exhibitions as well as continuing to design for theatre.

She entered the British film industry when she was asked by Mike Leigh to become an Art Director on Naked, after which she went on to become his Production Designer for many years designing films such as Topsy-Turvy and Vera Drake, both for which she was nominated.

She then went on to work on projects with Terry Gilliam and more recently with the producer Barbara Broccoli. She has also designed many award-winning television series such as HBO’s Elizabeth I, Call the Midwife and Hard Sun.

Eve is a now a four times Oscar-nominated and Bafta-winning production designer who has worked on such films as The King’s Speech, Les Miserables and the Danish Girl with her recent long time collaborator Tom Hooper.

She has recently also started to take on more commercials and is very excited to now be working with director Fede Alvarez (Evil Dead, Breathe) in Berlin on A Girl in the Spider’s Web.