George Hull

Born in India and raised in the U.S., George started his creative path with a BSA Degree in Industrial Design. Growing up in a small midwest town, a career in the film industry seemed impossible: a "ridiculous" pursuit he was told by his instructors. But George's dreams for film design became reality when Lucasfilm's ILM noticed his talent and offered him a position on their creative team...just out of school. At ILM George quickly climbed to be a lead Visual Effects Art Director working on films like Forrest Gump, Mission Impossible, and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Special Edition. 

After 7 years at ILM, George left to form George Hull Design. As an independent he is always pursuing the most creative stage of a film's visual development. As one of Hollywood's leading film conceptual designers, George specializes in creating unique and imaginative worlds and the vehicles, settings and props that live within them. Most recently, George worked as Key Conceptual Designer on the science fiction epic Jupiter Ascending. Other film projects include Chappie, Star Wars Episode 8 (early development), Elysium, The Cloud Atlas, The Matrix: Reloaded + Revolutions and many more.  Full listing at IMDB.com