Jack Flanagan is an international production designer who spent his formative years growing up in different countries and cultures around the world, which have imbued his work with a unique versatility and global appeal, and his immersion in a rich variety of cultures, art forms, and narratives has shaped a wide career in set design. After graduating from Central Saint Martins with a degree in theater design, he expanded his horizons by drawing on his many influences and transforming them into a signature style within the world of fashion. His work resonates with innate creativity and has a style that oscillates between fine art, intellectually stirring narrative, abstract designs, historical recreations, and futuristic landscapes, and he showcases a unique ability to craft stories that are equally at home on the theatrical stage as they are on the pages of era-defining editorials.
His work includes fashion shoots, campaigns, shows, events, commercials and films. Collaborating with iconic photographers like Steven Meisel, Steven Klein, Mario Testino, Mert and Marcus, Craig McDean, Tom Munro, Ben Hassett, and Mario Sorrenti and his work has been in campaigns for fashion brands such as Tom Ford, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Saint Laurent, Burberry, Dior, Loewe, H&M, ZARA, and Louis Vuitton. Furthermore, the pages of Italian Vogue, US Vogue, British Vogue, W Magazine, and Vanity Fair have been elevated by Jack's distinctive set designs, attesting to his ubiquitous presence in the fashion world spanning over 26 years.
Driven by a passion for creative collaboration, Jack's journey in set design serves as a testament to his enduring commitment to pushing boundaries and crafting narratives that resonate, inspire, and captivate and his work has been synonymous with innovation, creativity and collaboration.