THOMAS A. WALSH, Production Designer, is the current President of the Art Directors Guild and Chairman of the Art Directors Film Society. His body of work encompasses Feature Films, Imax, Television, Documentaries, Broadway Dramas and Musicals. He is the originating Production Designer for the ABC series, "Desperate Housewives" which is now in its fifth season. For his work on "DH" he has been honored with 2 Emmy nominations, two Art Directors Guild nominations and one win for Best Art Direction for a Single Camera Series. For Broadway he designed the world premiers of "Zootsuit" and "Children of a Lesser God". His feature film credits include "The Hand Maid's Tale", "John Carpenter's Vampires" and "The Majestic". A leader in designing for Imax/Omnimax films, two of his projects received Documentary Academy Award nominations (The Living Sea, 1995; and Dolphins, 2001.) He is the winner of the Emmy award for Buddy Faro, 1998. His work on In Search of Dr. Seuss, 1993, garnered another Emmy nomination as well as a Cable Ace Award. He also designed the 6-hour Mini-Series, MGM: When the Lion Roars, 1992, which won an Emmy for Best Informational Special. In addition, he was nominated for a second Cable Ace Award (for Kingfish: A Story of Huey P., Long, 1994.) He is a native of Los Angeles and a graduate of the California Institute of the Arts and Hollywood High School.
Name: Thomas A. Walsh
Known for: Desperate Housewives