Kave Quinn

Production Designer, Echo Artists

Craft and Idea have a mutually symbiotic relationship; this is why they should be honoured together.

Production Designer Kave Quinn has been working in film and television since the early nineties. Early in her career, Kave designed Danny Boyle’s directorial debut, Shallow Grave, which won Best British Film at the 1995 BAFTA Awards. Following the successful collaboration Kave went onto design Boyle’s iconic feature, Trainspotting, which was part of Cannes Film Festival’s Official Selection, won a BAFTA for Best Adapted Screenplay and was nominated for an Oscar in the same category.

Kave’s most recent film credits include Jose Padilha’s feature 7 Days in Entebbe produced by Working Title Films and Studiocanal, Max Minghella’s directorial debut Teen Spirit, starring Elle Fanning and produced by Automatik Entertainment which had its premiere at the 2018 Toronto Film Festival and Judy, directed by Rupert Gould for Calamity Films and Pathé.

Running alongside her iconic feature film work, Kave has an extensive back-catalogue of commercial successes; she won Gold for Best Production Design at the 2016 British Arrows for her work on Finish with directors Megaforce as well as the Bronze for Best Production Design at Eurobest in 2016 for Heineken, When You Drive, Never Drink directed by Gary Freedman. Kave has worked with high profile brands all of the world including Heineken, M&S, EE, Samsung, Sony, Apple and Google to name a few.