RANDALL PEACOCK is a New York City based set and production designer. Randall attended the School of Visual Arts in New York before receiving his Master’s degree in Sculpture from Yale University. In 1996, he began his career working primarily in commercial advertising, beauty and fashion. Randall's work has since expanded to art installations with esteemed artists such as Philippe Parreno, music videos, live events, and film. He is one of the few production designers to work at the highest level of motion and print campaigns today. Randall’s clients include well known brands such as Dior, Prada, Chloé, Celine, Armani, Chanel, Alexander Wang, Saint Laurent, Fendi, Versace, Calvin Klein, Zara, Moncler, Hugo Boss, Givenchy, Bally, Tod’s, Coach, L’Oreal, Estée Lauder, Lancôme, NARS, Maybelline, H&M, Tommy Hilfiger, GAP, Harry Winston and Tiffany & Co. He has also done work for Google, Apple, Target, Facebook, Samsung, Coca Cola, Lexus, Buick, Pantene, and Heineken as well. Although based in New York, he often works in Los Angeles and abroad.
His other work includes Justin Timberlake’s “Mirrors” music video (Flora Sigismondi, 2013), which won the MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year; N.E.R.D and Pharrell Williams 2017 ComplexCON performance; the 2017 Museum of Modern Art show titled “ITEMS; Is Fashion Modern?” in New York; Camila Cabello and Pharrell’s 2018 Billboard Music Awards performance of “Sangria Wine”. He also designed Tommy Hilfiger’s runway shows from 2012-2018 as well as countless shows and media events for companies such as Moncler, Coach, GAP, JBrand, and Armani.