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Will Hughes-Jones attended Salisbury Art college before attaining an Honors Degree in Three-Dimensional Design at Brunel University.
He then worked briefly in the music industry and then segued to music shows on television. Moving over to drama programs – and their art departments – he worked as a buyer and then an art director. Among his credits as the latter was Nick Renton’s telefilm The Russian Bride.
For over a decade, Mr. Hughes-Jones has worked as a production designer. Among his credits are the first two seasons of the crime series The Inspector Lynley Mysteries, starring Nathaniel Parker; Simon Cellan Jones’ telefilm Storm Damage, which won the Royal Television Society (RTS) Award, and was a BAFTA Award nominee, for Best Single Drama; Ferdinand Fairfax’ miniseries In the Name of Love, starring Tara Fitzgerald and Mark Strong; Daniel Percival’s telefilm Dirty War; Jed Mercurio’s telefilm Frankenstein, starring Helen McCrory; the BAFTA Award-winning miniseries Criminal Justice, starring Ben Whishaw; the first two seasons of the sci-fi drama series Survivors; and, for Ruby Television, John Alexander’s telefilm Small Island, starring RTS Award winners Naomie Harris and David Oyelowo.
With Jane Eyre, he marks his first feature film credit as production designer.