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Careers in Art Direction, Set Decorating, Costume Design, and More.
Alternate Titles: PD, Scenic Design
Job Description: The Production Designer manages the Art Department on a set and oversees the visuals of the film. They participate in location scouts and design sets.
Average Annual Salary: $90,000
Job Description: Art Directors oversee the building of sets and the creation of all show signage in line with the vision of the Production Designer.
General Salary Range: $42,000 to $150,000+
Job Description: As part of a production team, a Makeup Artist’s job is to collaborate with other creatives by painting faces, creating character looks and designing other facial effects in line with their vision.
General Salary Range: Varies widely; $300/day – $3,000/day
Alternate Titles: Props Master, Property Master, Props
Job Description: The Props Manager acquires, organizes, and maintains all items that an Actor uses within a film. They source props from thrift shops and props houses.
Salary: $150 to $400 per day
Alternate Titles: Motion Graphics Artist, Motion Graphics and Titles
Job Description: Graphic Artists implement general visual effects and create custom transitions through carefully selected fonts and colors.
Salary: $80,000 to $120,0000
Alternate Titles: Head of Wardrobe
Job Description: The Costume Designer creates costumes to tell a story about the characters. He or she is the artistic head for all costume based decisions on a film set.
Salary: $3,000 to $12,000 per day
Assistant Costume Designer
Alternate Titles: Theatrical Designer
Job Description: Assistant Costume Designers assist Costume Designers with all looks for Actors on set. They also plan, create, organize, and help maintain clothes on set.
Salary: $25,000 to $100,000