Production Designer Molly Hughes started work in the art department in 1998 on films such as The Legend of Bagger Vance, directed by Robert Redford, and the Stanley Tucci directed Joe Gould’s Secret. She spent a decade as an Art Director, most notably in London on six of the Harry Potter franchise films with Production Designer Stuart Craig. Hughes also served as Art Director on Steven Spielberg’s Warhorse, and Tony Gilroy’s The Bourne Legacy. Hughes designed Two Night Stand for director Max Nichols and Flynn Pictures, which was her feature film debut as Production Designer. She followed that with Amy Berg’s Every Secret Thing, for Likely Story Pictures and producer, Frances McDormand, and then a short film, A Dream of Flying, written by Neil Gaimin, with director Georgina Chapman. Hughes designed the hit film The Fault in Our Stars, based on John Green's best-selling novel, with director Josh Boone, starring Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort and Willem Dafoe, and followed that with Oscar winner Charlie Kaufman's TV directorial debut, How and Why for FX.  After working with renowned Norwegian director Joachim Trier on his first English language film, Louder Than Bombs, (Official Selection for the 2015 Cannes Film Festival) she recently set out with director Rebecca Thomas to design Looking For Alaska for Temple Hill and Paramount Pictures, based on another best-selling John Green novel.


Eventually everything connects - people, ideas, objects. The quality of the connection is the key to quality per se.
— Charles Eames