Joseph is an award winning Production Designer, Art Director and Set Decorator for feature films, streaming series and more.
For Raygun Joe designed our high-concept, cyberpunk short film Midnight Zero. His work on Midnight Zero was later nominated for Best Production Design by the APDG (Australian Production Design Guild) and in 2023 he won the same award for his beautiful designs on a 17 minute one shot film called Don’t Tell Me You Love Me.
He has been working within Australian and British art departments for several years in various roles. In that time he has gained 30+ film and television credits to his name including films such as Ron Howard’s Thirteen Lives, Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis, Aquaman, True History of the Kelly Gang, Swinging Safari, Mortal Kombat and many more.
Having designed several short films, music videos and TVCs, Joseph  made his feature film production design debut with Jesse O’Brien’s (Raygun) Two Heads Creek in 2018, shot in central Australia and the UK. In 2020 he designed the feature thriller Kidnapped followed by the Netflix series Dive Club. In 2021 he was Set Decorator on an Apple TV, Nickelodeon and Fremantle series shot at Village Roadshow Studios on the Gold Coast. He recently wrapped on The Red, his third feature as Production Designer shot at Screen Queensland Studios in Brisbane Australia. His work on these projects was also recognised by the APDG as well as AACTA, The Logies and various film festivals around the world. 
Whether it is a futuristic hotel, a hundred year old ship wreck or a dystopian hovel, Joseph is always keen for a new design, set decoration or props challenge. He believes very much that the devil is in the detail and has a strong passion for discovering new ways to create unique images.

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