Anne Stuhler has designed 19 feature films including critically acclaimed “Boiler Room”, “Palookaville”, and “Walking and Talking”. She just completed work on the hit Fox Television series “Fringe”. Other recent features are: “The Pardon”, Tom Anton’s 1938 period piece based on the true story of Toni Jo Henry, first woman on Louisiana’s death row and Lance Rivera’s “The Perfect Holiday”, a comedy starring Queen Latifah, Terrence Howard, Morris Chestnut and Gabriel Union. Among other work in television and commercials, Anne designed the award-winning 13-hour History Channel series on the American Revolution, as well as the pilot for “Joe”, directed by Mike Newall, and produced by academy award winner, Ron Schwary. In addition, Anne has enjoyed working with Jon Favreau, Kiefer Sutherland, and Noah Baumbach..
Over the past 20 years, Anne has become known as a hard-working, hands-on production designer with a talented crew. Her color palette is especially unique, no doubt the result of her experience as a fine artist. She is also known for bringing the work in on time and at budget.
Anne has continued to paint as a fine artist and muralist throughout her production design career. She has designed murals for restaurants such as B.Smith’s in NYC, The Bistro in Boston, and River city Diner in Richmond, Va., as well as numerous private residences and commercial spaces. She also works in interior design.
Anne and her husband Tim live in New York City.