Nominated for Best Production Design by the Australian Academy
of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) for Blumhouse sci-fi action
thriller Upgrade, Felicity won Best Production Design at the 2020
New Zealand Television Awards for her work on the BBC production
of The Luminaries. An epic story of love, murder and revenge, the
6-part mini-series is set during New Zealand’s 1860’s gold-rush.
A year-long collaboration led to the creation of 96 individual sets,
each designed, constructed and decorated in their entirety for
this unique and complex project.
Her previous work includes Ladies In Black, set in the summer of 1959,
from director Bruce Beresford (Driving Miss Daisy, Black Robe) and
the period film The Outlaw Michael Howe for which she won the
Australian Production Design Guild Award for Best Production
Design in 2014.
Felicity’s extensive experience across a range of genre and period
secured her position as production designer on the critically
acclaimed Redfern Now for Australian company Blackfella Films,
winner of the 2013 TV Week Silver Logie Award for Most Outstanding
Drama 2014, the AACTA Award for Best Drama series and nominated
for Best Production Design at the 2014 APDG Awards.
A professional member of the British Film Designers Guild and the Art
Directors Guild IATSE Local 800, Felicity is a graduate of the Australian
Film Television and Radio School (MA Hons) and Elam School of Fine Art,
The University of Auckland (BFA). She studied classical design at
La Fémis in Paris as part of her masters program.
Felicity's latest work includes Amazon Studios drama Don't Make Me Go, directed by Hannah Marks and SONY feature The Invitation. She recently wrapped on SONY feature Horrorscope, in Belgrade, Serbia.
Awards & Nominations
2020 NZTV Awards Best Production Design The Luminaries
2018 Nominated Australian Academy Award for Best Production Design Upgrade
2014 APDG Award for Best Production Design The Outlaw Michael Howe