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  • Kerry on location for filming Scarecrow.
  • Equus . Set designer & horse head designer. Classic Theatre.
  • Masquerade. An interactive exhibition for the V&A. Production buyer, set dresser & standby props. Designer- Marie Blunck
  • 1st year filming project. BA (Hons) Set Design for Screen. Wimbledon College of Arts
  • Mouse & Mole. Set and costume designer / maker
  • 1st year puppet project. BA (Hons) Set Design for Screen. Wimbledon College of Arts
  • Scarecrow. Production buyer and set dresser. Designer- Alison Butler
  • Snowbound - Trafalgar Studios, London- set and costume designer.
  • The Devil's Whore. Location shoot. Michael Fassbender
  • 1st year animation puppets. BA (Hons) Set Design for Screen. Wimbledon College of Arts
  • SH*T-M*X . Set and costume designer
  • 1960's pub photo shoot. Latitude Festival. designer and photographer
  • On location. The Briny (DNA films) - production buyer and set dresser. Production Designer- Alison Butler.
  • 3rd year technical drawing. BA (Hons) Production Arts for Screen: Set Design for Screen specialism. Wimbledon College of Arts
  • 2nd year figurative sculpture. BA (Hons) Production Arts for Screen: Technical Arts specialism. Wimbledon College of Arts
  • 1st year animation set & puppets. BA (Hons) Production Arts for Screen. Wimbledon College of Arts
  • Lost at Sea. A short film by Kerry Bradley made in collaboration with the poet Aoife Mannix .

Kerry is a freelance designer, maker, art director, production buyer and set dresser. She recently set up her own production company, Anorak films, to make two short films with poet Aoife Mannix. One of them ‘Best’ was shortlisted in the Shot Through the Heart competition at the Southbank Centre in 2014. Kerry and Aoife have created a multi-media performance, documentary and online space based on poems that Aoife has written about having cancer. The research and development was supported by Arts Council England. 

She was production buyer on 3 short films for BBC I-Player and art directed a short film ‘The Briny’, written and directed by Lucy Kirkwood for DNA films.  A recent interactive exhibition she worked on called ‘Masquerade’ opened in 2016 in the new European gallery at the Victoria & Albert Museum.

She is currently employed as a part- time Senior Lecturer on the BA (Hons) Production Arts for Screen course, incorporating Set Design for Screen and Technical Arts & Special Effects at UAL Wimbledon College of Arts.

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