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Scott P. Murphy is a NYC area based feature film, television, and commercial production designer whose work can currently be seen on the new critically acclaimed Netflix series "Bloodline". Architecturally trained, he began his career working for noted architects Frank O. Gehry and Richard Meier before shifting his focus to set design and art direction. He recently completed production design of season 2 of the hit Marvel series "Daredevil" for Netflix.
Murphy's stylish period designs for NBC's "The Playboy Club" garnered him an Art Directors Guild nomination for Outstanding Production Design for a single camera series. Prior to that, his work on "The Sopranos" earned him three Emmy nominations for Outstanding Art Direction.
Recent projects include "Ray Donovan" for Showtime and Joe Carnahan's feature "Stretch", starring Patrick Wilson, Chris Pine, and Ed Helms. Other feature film production design credits include "Remember Me", directed by Allen Coulter, starring Robert Pattinson, Lena Olin, and Pierce Brosnan.
Murphy's art direction and set design work can be seen in the blockbuster feature films "Spiderman", "Spiderman-2", "The Sixth Sense", "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind", "Men In Black", "Lolita", and "Dead Presidents".
Additionally, Murphy was the series production designer for the American Film Institute award winning series "Life". He has also designed pilots for popular television series such as "Sons of Anarchy" and "The Sarah Connor Chronicles".
Commercial production design clients include Samsung, Target, Hyundai, LifeLock, Purina, Allstate and Smirnoff.
Murphy attended the graduate program at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-ARC) and did his undergraduate studies at Iowa State University.
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