Birgitte Moos is a Danish Artist, living in Los Angeles. She has a Masterīs Degree in Production Design for TV, Film and Theatre at the National Design School of Denmark. Having completed her education in Denmark, she became a student of the European Master - Painter and Set Designer - Achim Freyer, at the University of Arts in Berlin. In 2003, Birgitte Moos was the Artist in Residence at the USC Film School's Animation and Digital Arts Program.
Her accomplishments are manifold. She is a Conceptual Painter, a Production Designer and a Digital Artist. In her artistic work, there is a desire to create a synthesis between a story and its visual appearance whether it is on stage or on screen.
Birgitteīs inspirational sources come from a deep interest in nature, poetry, music, visual art, communication and heart. Working as an independent Artist; Acrylic paintings and digital art, her motivation drives her into specific interests in surrealism, dreams, myths, symbols and art as a spiritual practice: Establishing contact with the self, where the alchemy of the body becomes a part of a unified whole and where a creative imagination on the cutting edge is thrilling, but not always the goal.
When working as a Production Designer, her goals are to create visual stories that reveal our individual and collective imagination, bringing dreams, memories and experiences to life. In order to create locations, the Designer must possess a keen understanding of the story, where the goal is to bind the experience of being to physical places, by communicating spatial/dramatic sequences and artistic content, based on literary sources or concepts of performances, film or electronic media.