Shane Meador is a hands on collaborator, EMMY winner, production designer, and life long student of film.
He paid his dues working on movies from Big Fish to Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.
He production designed the feature films The Bewailing, Royal Holiday, Seven Days Till Midnight,
The Evil Inside Her, One Hell of an Angel, Billy and Blaze, The Good Things Devils Do, Stalker's Prey 2,
Student Body, and Quiet River (which he also produced.)
Commercial clients include Microsoft, Bank of America, Turner, Jack Daniels, Hanes, Canada Dry,
EarthFare, and HGTV. He won a Southeastern EMMY for his work on a PSA for the non-profit: Homeward Bound.
He designed music videos for Ben Lovett, Underhill Rose, and Steve Martin with The Steep Canyon Rangers.
Shane's award winning sets for theatre and dance include shows at the Kennedy Center and off-Broadway.
He assisted with projection design (video mapping onto sets) for musicals such as Stephen King's
Ghost Brothers of Darkland County and Opera Philadelphia's adaptation of Lars von Trier’s Breaking the Waves.
The Modern American Music Project commissioned Shane to direct a silent film to accompany live
performances of David Lang's Pulitzer prize winning The Little Match Girl Passion.
Between design jobs, Shane is writing and developing feature scripts and television pilots.