Production Designer Charles Infante’s work has garnered awards as well as critical acclaim over his almost twenty years in the world of commercials, music videos and film. A native Angelino, Infante refined his skills at Art Center College of Design before jumping into the world of Production Design.

His commercials include campaigns for high-profile global brands such as Nike, L’Oreal, Microsoft, Heineken, and Lexus. His music videos cross musical genres from Lady Gaga, Jay Z, Madonna, Mick Jagger and Justin Timberlake, to name just a few of the many artists he has worked with, some of which, including the MTV and Grammy Award winning video’s for Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” and Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood”, have become global sensations.

Working closely and understanding the unique personal relationship Production Designers have with Directors, Producers and Production Companies, Infante adeptly flows from ground-up construction of large scale sets to location dressing and decoration. He prides himself on his ability to design each visual project with a very high level of attention to detail while respecting the budget to accomplish the director’s vision.

  • Honoree: AICP – Excellence in Production Design – Rexona “Zoom”
  • Nominee: MTV VMA – Best Art Direction – Taylor Swift “Bad Blood”
  • Nominee: MTV VMA – Best Art Direction – Lady Gaga “Bad Romance”
  • Nominee: MTV VMA – Best Art Direction – Missy Elliot “Work It”
  • Nominee: MTV VMA – Best Art Direction – Missy Elliot “One Minute Man”
Directors Worked With

Baker Smith, Michael Haussmann, Francis Lawrence, Darren Aronofsky, Anthony Mandler, David Kellogg, Allen Hughes, Dave Meyers, Paul Hunter, Samuel Bayer, Eric Joiner, Brett Ratner, Steven Klien, Jake Nava, David LaChapelle, Alex & Martin, Jean Baptise Mondino, Joseph Kahn, Simon Cole, Yoanne Lemoine, Cyril Guyot,Ryan Ebner, Malloys, Chris Applebaum, Mert & Marcus, Ben Mor, Jason Smith, Robert Hales, Allen Martinez, Dean Karr, Wayne Isham, Nigel Dick, Yariv Gaber, Bille Woodruff, Phil Harder…

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