Randall Peacock is freelance production Designer based in New York City, specializing in production, concept and set design. Randall strives to create the highest quality designs for print and film sets, media events and design projects. Though based in New york, Randall Has extensive experience working in Los angeles and abroad, such as Shanghai, Berlin, Milan, Paris, london, Melbourne, Prague, Mexico, Canada, Maldives, etc.

Randall received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from The School of Visual Arts in New York, and a Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture from Yale University. He began his career in set design for commercial advertising and fashion in 1994.  

Randall has had the privilege to work with photographers, film directors, Creatives and artists, such as Craig McDean, Viviane Sassen, Lachlan Bailey, GLen Luchford, Mikael Jansson, Steven Meisel, Steven Klein, Peter LIndbergh, Karl Lagerfled, Ryan McGinley, Stephane Sednaoui, Dewey Nicks, Fabien Baron, Karl Templer, Darius Khondji, Pat Mcgrath, Floria Sigismondi, Charles Atlas, Johan Renck, Matthew Rolston, Sam Mendes, Jordan Scott, Alison Maclean, and Harris Savides.

Clients have included Dior, Prada, Chloe, Celine, Armani, Chanel, Alexander Wang, YSL, Fendi, Versace, Calvin Klein, Zara, Moncler, Hugo Boss, Givenchy, BAlly, Tod’s, Coach, L'Oreal, Estee Lauder, Lancome, Francois Nars, Maybelline, H&M, Tommy Hilfiger, Gap, Harry Winston and Tiffany’s.

Other clients include google, apple, target, facebook, Samsung, Coke, Lexus, Buick, Pantene, Heineken, ETC..

In 2012, Randall begain working with the artist Philippe Parreno, the first project, a film Entitled "Marilyn", which premiered at Art Basel. In 2013, He production designed Parreno’s one person show, "Anywhere, Anywhere Out of the World" at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. other projects include Parreno’s 2015 show, H{N]Y P N [Y} OSIS at the PARK AVENUE armory in NY, and designed Parreno’s film, “The Crowd”, Parreno’s fall 2017 fashion show for Celine, and Parreno’s untitled show at Gropius Bau in 2018.

other projects of note:

In 2013, he designed Floria Sigismondi's music video for Justin Timberlake, "Mirror's" which won video of the year at the MTV video music awards.

In 2017, worked with Jonathan Lia to design NERD/ Parrell williams show for ComplexCon.

In 2017, consulted and previsualized the show “items; Is fashion modern?” at the museum of MOdern art.

In 2018, Randall designed the set for Camila CaBello and Pharrell’s Performance of “Sangria Wine” for Billboard Music awards.

Randall designed the Tommy Hilfiger runway shows from 2012-2018 and shows/media events for Moncler, Coach, Gap, J Brand, and Armani.