As a production designer for feature films and television, Greg Weimerskirch imparts a keen sense of observation and a broad range of design knowledge through nearly 20 years of film design experience. He utilizes these skills to add dimension and depth to a story while creating believable characters and memorable environments.
Greg’s most recent work as an art director is featured in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, directed by Marielle Heller and starring Tom Hanks as Mr. Rogers. His efforts on the film garnered an Art Directors Guild nomination for outstanding production design and involved recreating the world of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood in exact detail.
Greg has collaborated with many well known directors, including Denzel Washington on the Oscar nominated film Fences, and more recently with Ron Howard on the upcoming feature film Hillbilly Elegy, starring Glenn Close and Amy Adams. Additionally, he has worked with directors Richard Linklater, David Fincher, and Gus Van Sant. Other noteworthy projects include Where’d You Go, Bernadette, Mindhunter, The Fault In Our Stars, Southpaw, and The Perks of Being A Wallflower.
Greg was one of thirty filmmakers inducted into the Designers Branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 2018. He is a 1997 graduate of the American Film Institute Conservatory and was the recipient of the Mary Pickford Foundation Scholarship for outstanding production design. Greg brings his international experience as an architect and urban designer to his film work, utilizing a wide range of skills, including sketching, painting, and 3D modeling.
In addition to being recently nominated for an Art Directors Guild Award for A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Greg was previously nominated for Fences, and the Paramount Pictures television series Seven Days.