| Production Designer|
| James Pearse Connelly|
Production designer, Art director, Set Decorator
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Art Direction for Variety, Music or Nonfiction Programming
ADG Excellence in Production Design Award for an Awards Show, Variety, Music Special or Documentary
Keith Raywood, Scott Storey, John de Mol - Jr, Bart McCarthy, Bobby Reed
James Pearse Connelly Wikipedia
James Pearse Connelly is a Primetime Emmy Award-winner, production designer, art director, and set decorator. Notable projects include NBC’s The Voice and Bravo’s Top Chef, as well as critically acclaimed feature film The Kids Are All Right.
The son of an art teacher and an architect, Connelly participated in theatre in high school which made him decide to pursue set design in college. After completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in theater arts and set design at Rutgers University, he moved to New York and then Los Angeles where he worked for different studios. After spending more than 10 years working for others, at age 30 he started his own business - jpconnelly.com inc.
A member of the Academy since 2007, Connelly has been in the art directors/set decorators peer group since 2008 and has served on the Television Academy’s Board of Governors since 2014.