Jon Hutman - Details


Production designer JON HUTMAN recently won an Emmy Award for his production design on the television series "West Wing." He is currently production designer, producer and director on the new series "Gideon's Crossing." He designed Lawrence Kasdan's "Mumford," on which he also served as co-producer. Earlier he had worked with Kasdan on "I Love You to Death" and "French Kiss." He also collaborated with Robert Redford on "The Horse Whisperer," "Quiz Show" and "A River Runs Through It." Prior to "What Women Want," Hutman designed "Coyote Ugly" for producer Jerry Bruckheimer.
Other credits include "Lolita" and "Nell," the latter with Yale classmate Jodie Foster, with whom he had worked on her directorial debut, "Little Man Tate." Other credits include "Flesh & Bone," "Taking Care of Business," "Trespass," "Meet the Applegates" and "Heathers." As an art director, his films include "Worth Winning," "Shag," "Siesta" and "Wanted: Dead or Alive" and, as visual consultant, "Boxing Helena."

Hutman earned a degree in architecture from Yale University, then studied scenic design, painting and lighting at the university's School of Drama. He returned to his native Los Angeles and entered the film industry as an assistant in the art department on "To Live and Die in L.A." He earned his first credit as art director on "Surrender."