David Wasco - Details


David Wasco began his career in production design in 1980 and has since worked on over twenty films as either a production designer or art director. As a production designer, Wasco created the innovative looks for "Rushmore," "Jackie Brown," "Pulp Fiction" and the Academy Award nominated "El Norte." Other motion picture credits include "She's So Lovely," "Touch," "Bottle Rocket," "Oleanna," "Killing Zoe," "Night of the Comet," "Smooth Talk," "Stacking," "Rachel River," "In A Shallow Grave," "The Wash," and "Twister." His television credits include David Mamet's "A Life in the Theater" and the Emmy Award-winning "Mariciela" and "Traveling Man."

Wasco lives in Los Angeles with his wife and frequent collaborator, set decorator
Sandy Reynolds-Wasco. In addition to "Bounce," they worked together on "Reservoir Dogs," "Killing Zoe" and "Pulp Fiction." Experts on Los Angeles architecture, the husband-and-wife team served as set decorators for the hugely successful 1989 Case Study House Exhibit: "Blueprints for Modern Living," at Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art.