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Sarah Greenwood was an Academy Award nominee for her production design on Focus Features and Working Title Films' Pride & Prejudice. She has also collaborated with that film's director Joe Wright on the miniseries Nature Boy, Bodily Harm, and Charles II: The Power & the Passion (a.k.a. The Last King), earning a BAFTA Award nomination for her work on the latter; and, most recently, on Focus Features and Working Title Films' Atonement.
She had earlier been nominated for a BAFTA Award as production designer of Mike Barker's miniseries The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, for which she won a Royal Television Society Award.
Ms. Greenwood's other credits as production designer include Robert Bierman's Keep the Aspidistra Flying (a.k.a. A Merry War); Patrick Marber's After Miss Julie, for the BBC; Sandra Goldbacher's The Governess; David Kane's This Year's Love and Born Romantic; and Tom Vaughan's Starter for Ten.
After graduating with a BA from the Wimbledon School of Art, she designed extensively for stage productions and later joined the BBC as a designer. She has also designed for television commercials.