Self portrait 1 & 2 by @ladytrue, Washington DC

Diana Trujillo is a Colombian Architect and Production Designer with Visual Fine Arts studies based in the US. She started her career in the Film industry as a Visual consultant while studying photography at the New School in NYC 2004. Diana then expanded into Art Direction and Production Design where she blends her knowledge in Architecture, Color theory, Costume and Interior design to achieve a cohesive visual image while telling a story through Art and design.

Diana has been an integral part of more than 30 projects in the last 20 years in Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, México and the Dominican Republic. Her work includes Sundance Film Festival’s Undertow and Live Forever, as well as Golden Globes nominated TV shows Narcos where she developed the main visual look of the series, bringing the magical realism concept as a starting point to the design table. Within her work is the design of Netflix’s recent hits The Marked heart, Juanpis Gonzales, Wild District, and the contemporary series Malayerba for Starz. She has led the Art Departments of various Production services in Colombia like Gemini Man, from Director Ang Lee, working with Production designer Guy Hendrix Dyas, The 33 from Patricia Riggen with Antonio Banderas, and recently What You Wish For from Nick Tomney starring Nick Stahl.

AWARDS & NOMINATIONS

Iris prize festival

Winner Best Production Design / Rubirosa / 2019

Premios La Silla

Nominee Best Production Design / Rubirosa  / 2019
Nominee Best Production Design / Rubirosa / 2019

Macondo Awards

Nominee Best Production Design / Que Viva la Musica / 2016
Winner Best Production Design / Roa / 2013
Nominee Best Production Design / Pescador / 2013
Nominee Best Production Design / Contracorriente / 2010

Premios India Catalina

Nominee Best Art Direction / La Ronca de Oro / 2015

As a Creative Director, and having the initiative and spirit of expanding ideas and styles, and as a true believer that collaborative team work is the best way to create ART, Diana convened her usual teammates (now partners) and created Mood Colectivo; a group of designers and Visual artists that work together indistinctly in all the different disciplines of the audiovisual and artistic field through parallel projects as an inclusive creative workshop.