Naobie Noisette is one of South Africa's top Production Designers.
She comes from a Set Design background, based on BBC training, having also worked in Paris for 10 years before returning to South Africa.
Production Designer for:
- 18 feature films,
- 9x 13 episode TV series,
- 33 sets for TV programmes,
- Music video for Simply Red,
- 30 min film for Drake (Apple Music),
- Over 800 local and international commercials.
She has worked with many acclaimed international directors such as Paul W. Anderson (of Resident Evil fame), Gabriele Muccino (Pursuit of Happyness), along with film stars Andy MacDowell
Kathy Bates, Sir Ben Kingsley, Alain Delon, Jane Seymore, William Shatner, singers Drake and Simply Red, to name but a few.
1991: Vita Award for Best Art Direction (Production Design) on the feature film "Road to Mecca."
1995: Nomination Vita Award Production Design for "Onder Engele" 13 episodes TV series.
2004: Loerie Craft Award Production Design - SA Tourism commercial. The haute couture dresses Naobie designed for this commercial were taken on tour to 10 countries to promote SA Tourism..
2005: Nomination Dog Star Award for International commercials shot in SA - Production Design.
2005: Loerie Craft Award: Sanlam - dir Greg Gray.
2006: Vita/Safta Award for "Gabriel" 13 episodes TV series.
2007: Nominated for Vita Award for "You be the Judge" 13 episode TV series.
2008: Loerie Craft Award for "Vodacom Dictator" Commercial - Production Design.
2010: Loerie Craft Award Production Design - Commercial: Nature of Wisdom, Old Mutual - dir: Kim Geldenhuys.
2011: Nomination Loerie Award "Vodacom Summer" Commercial, Adrian de sa Garces.
2012: Loerie Craft Award: Commercial - Old Mutual Pearl - dir. Kevin Fitzgerald
2014: Loerie Craft Award: Commercial - Distel - Master in the Making - dir: Kim Gelgdenhuys.
2015: Nomination Loerie Craft Award: Commercial - Moment in Time - Standard Bank - dir. Adrian de sa Garces.
2016: Finalist Loeries Craft Award: Commercial Tracker - dir. Kevin Fitzgerald.
BA Fine Arts (Information Design) IV, University of Pretoria.
Diplôme de Langue, Sorbonne.