Bruce Robert Hill


For over 25 years, Bruce has worked in the film and television industry, providing art and design as a film production designer, TV production designer, art director, and set designer.

Bruce grew up in Berkeley, California, and although his family produced two generations of architects, he was drawn very early on to the performing arts.  After graduating from San Francisco State University, he made a full turn toward scenic design for the theater and began working professionally for theaters in the San Francisco Bay Area directly after university.  Bruce and was eventually drawn to the Los Angeles area, where he landed an assistant design position at the Mark Taper Forum.  It didn’t take long before Bruce discovered the Hollywood film and television industry.

 Bruce began in film as a set designer honing his drafting, sketching, and model making skills; he quickly moved up to art director, and, ultimately, production designer. Bruce takes his keen sense of form, and visual style to produce scenery that is, at the same time, visually rich, budget conscience and production-friendly.  Bruce’s practical knowledge in the craft of designing and building scenery, blended with his many years of experience in the industry, make him an exceptional designer and an asset to any film, television,  or streaming content or commercial production.