On Tuesday 19 May, Mark Tildesly joined 28 Year 10 and Year 11 GCSE Drama pupils for a virtual session.
Mark is a production designer and assistant director, who has just finished designing the new James Bond film. He also designed the set for the National Theatre’s production of Frankenstein and has worked with Danny Boyle on the majority of his films. The pupils spent an hour asking questions and hearing about his career and experiences. The girls have certainly got a lot out of it!
“I found it very interesting how he said that having a low budget can make your imagination bigger” – Gracie S
“His insight of what it is like to be in the industry and his world was really exciting to hear about” – Beatrice H H
“It was really nice that Mark gave up his time to speak to us. He was very informative and I loved hearing about the latest Bond film. I was especially grateful to the insight he gave us on the National Theatre’s Frankenstein production this will be invaluable when writing about this in the GCSE exam.” – Georgina F