Alex Alvarez

Gnomon School of VFX, Games & Animation



Neville Page is a British-American film and television creature and concept designer. He has been a Concept Designer and Illustrator on such films as ‘Planet of the Apes’, ‘Minority Report’ and ‘The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’; also collaborating with Rhythm & Hues on the two ‘X-Men’ sequels, ‘X2′ and ‘X-Men: The Last Stand’. He regularly works alongside director J.J. Abrams, having collaborated on the films ‘Star Trek’, ‘Super 8′, Cloverfield and ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’, and was the Lead Creature Designer and Concept Designer for James Cameron’s epic ‘Avatar’. Neville has also worked on the movies ‘Green Lantern’ and Ridley Scott’s ‘Prometheus, Noah and Goosebumps.

Having started his career in the movie industry as an actor at the age of 17 he has come full circle, with a television appearances as one of the panel of judges on the SyFy television series Face Off. After graduating with honours in 1990 from the Art Center College of Design with a degree in industrial design, he went on to teach students in Switzerland. He has continued to teach throughout his career, making regular appearances at Gnomon School and with his popular Gnomon Workshop Tutorials. He holds an advisory board position at Gnomon.

In addition to his teaching career, T.V appearances, his film and photography work, Neville is currently involved as a design consultant for the entertainment, toy, and automotive industries, having designed for companies such as Mattel, BMW and Toyota and is developing his own line of educational art products.

Neville’s work has been featured in the solo exhibition “From Page to Screen: Character and Creature Design of Neville Page” at the Oceanside Museum of Art, California and most recently in “My Hero! Contemporary Superhero Art and Action and Unlocking Wonderland” at the California Centre for Art, Escondido.