... the details that make a film set come to life...


Katherine Bulovic

Two words: “Creativity” and “Art”

From Chicago, Katherine graduated from the world renown School of the Art Institute of Chicago with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree specializing in painting, silk-screening and photography. She had extensive training in history of art and architecture which enables her to design any period piece with accuracy and  grandeur. She then attended Columbia College focusing on theatrical set design.

Prior to moving to Los Angeles she did set decoration and props for Steppenwolf Theatre, Touchstone Theater and others. Putting her creativity, artistic sensibilities and resourcefulness to the test, Katherine also owned an art company that specialized in designing stylish restaurant interiors, department store window displays and interior store promotions. It was a proud success for her with clients such as Carson Pirie Scott (Chicago), Saks Fifth Ave (New York), Macy’s (San Francisco) and Liberty House (Honolulu).

Always trying different things to add variety to her artistic palette, she enjoyed doing the captivating artwork for “Playing Card Illusion” for magician Lance Burton in Las Vegas.

Excelling in both period and contemporary design, she has an inspiring eye for the details that make a film set come to life and that tell a deeper story to the audience.

To find out how Katherine can help you turn your project into a captivating visual story, see her contact page.