Jay Hart (set decorator)

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Jay Robert Hart is an American set decorator who has worked in Hollywood since the early 1990s. Hart and production designer Hannah Beachler won the Academy Award for Best Production Design for Black Panther (2018). Prior to that, Hart and art director Jeannine Oppewall were nominated for the Academy Award for Best Art Direction (the original name for Academy Award for Best Production Design) for L.A. Confidential (1997) and Pleasantville (1998). [1]



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