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After graduating from the London College of Printing, Mark Tildesley earned a First Class BA Honours from the Wimbledon School of Art under the direction of Richard Negri.
Mr. Tildesley subsequently co-founded the Catch 22 Theatre Company. At Catch 22, he directed, designed, and performed in productions. He continued designing for the theater, working on numerous productions for the New Vic Theatre (under the direction of Michael Bogdanov) and at the Royal Opera House.
His feature film credits as production designer encompasses notable collaborations with several directors. For Danny Boyle, he designed 28 Days Later…, Millions, and Sunshine, for which he won a British Independent Film Award (BIFA). For Marc Evans, he designed Resurrection Man and House of America, the latter of which brought Mr. Tildesley won a BAFTA (Wales) Award. His films for Michael Winterbottom include I Want You, With or Without You, Wonderland, The Claim, The Killer Inside Me, 24 Hour Party People, and Code 46. The latter two films earned him BIFA nominations.
Mr. Tildesley’s other films as production designer include Fernando Meirelles’ The Constant Gardener, also for Focus Features, for which he was an Art Directors Guild Award nominee; Mike Leigh’s Happy-Go-Lucky; Roger Michell’s The Mother; David Gordon Green’s Your Highness; Juan Carlos Fresnadillo’s 28 Weeks Later; and, again for Focus Features, Richard Curtis’ Pirate Radio.
He recently reunited with Danny Boyle to design the director’s unique reinterpretation of Frankenstein, staged at the National Theatre.