Kristen Vallow

(Production Designer) is one of the most daring, influential, and multidisciplinary production designers working in film, print, live shows, and advertising. Her iconic work with David LaChapelle created an aesthetic which has influenced a whole generation of photographers and directors. Kristen designed Elton John’s Red Piano show at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, and recently designed the much anticipated thriller for director McG and Warner Brothers. Kristen has established a sophisticated, textured and playful aesthetic that has been much copied throughout media and advertising. She collaborated with ad agency Peterson Milla Hooks on a range of campaigns for Target with directors including Floria Sigismondi and Mikon Van Gastel. Other collaborators include Mark Seliger, Ellen von Unwerth, Peggy Sirota, Todd Field, and Michael Haussman. She studied Art History at Columbia University and Historic Preservation at University of Pennsylvania.