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Jim Clay is an English Production Designer, with a career in both film and television. He is best known for his award-winning work on the films Children of Men (2006) and Murder on the Orient Express (2017). He will be the lead Production Designer on House of the Dragon.
Clay's career began in the late 1970s, starting in television, where he worked on one episode of the sci-fi classic Blake's 7. By the mid-1990s he shifted to work in films, on features such as About a Boy, Love Actually, and Match Point.
Jim Clay then worked as lead production designer on Alfonso Cuarón's critically acclaimed dystopian film Children of Men (2006), for which Clay won the BAFTA Award, and was nominated for the Art Directors Guild Award, and Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award. Clay collaborated on Children of Men with costume designer Jany Temime, who would also later join him on House of the Dragon Season 1.
In following years he continued to work on other films such as The Brothers Bloom, The Debt, Johnny English Reborn, Great Expectations (2012), and Red 2.
Jim Clay then worked as production designer on the all-star cast 2017 adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express, for which he was again nominated for the Art Directors Guild Award, as well as the Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, and won the British Film Designers Guild Award. Clay also worked on the sequel adaptation Death on the Nile, due for release in 2021.