Based in London, Tino Schaedler is a former Architect who has transitioned into the visual effects industry. Having worked for such firms as Daniel Libeskind and Barkow Leibinger, Tino has expanded his skills and has now worked as a digital set designer and art director on many well known films including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, V for Vendetta, and Harry Potter.
Tino has an academic background in architecture and visual effects. He graduated from the University of Hannover in architecture with honours, studied at the Berlage Institute in Amsterdam, the University of California Berkeley in the U.S. and at The Art Institute of Vancouver. He has taught at the University of Fine Arts in Berlin, the architecture department of the University of British Columbia and the Architectural Association in London. He is currently working on a book and is planning to curate a traveling exhibition on contemporary film design. Read the interview on cgarchitect.com and baunetz.de