About Sherree

Sherree Philips

Sherree Philips is a highly sought-after Australian Production Designer based in London. She works internationally across film, television and high-end commercials.

In 2019, Sherree designed Shannon Murphy’s critically acclaimed feature film Babyteeth, which had its World Premiere at the Venice Film Festival where it was selected for Official Competition and nominated for the Golden Lion. Sherree was awarded a Best Production Design nomination at the 2020 AACTAs (Australian Academy Awards) and the film went onto win 9 AACTAs in total, including Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Film.

In television, Sherree’s Production Design credits include Amazon’s flagship US drama series The Wilds (2022), created by Sarah Streicher and produced by Amy Harris and Lena Cordina for Amazon and ABC Studios.

Sherree has worked in New Zealand designing Samuel Van Grisven’s Went Up The Hill starring Vicky Krieps and Dacre Montgomery, produced by Pop Films and Causeway Films. Most recently, Sherree has been in Cardiff, Wales where she has been production designing a new TV series Dope Girls with Bad Wolf for BBC & Sony.

A graduate of the prestigious Australian Film, TV and Radio School (AFTRS), Sherree is represented by CAA in the US, Lux Artists in the UK & Europe, and Camerons Management for Australasia. She is the recipient of a Global Talent Visa, granting her freedom to live and work in the United Kingdom.

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