Tina’s dynamic visual style has enlivened dozens of films and TV shows over the past two decades, with her work as a graphic designer helping bring to life a number of blockbuster titles. Here are just a few films displaying her signature touch in action.
Tina’s knack for bringing an air of antiquity to her design work served her well with the creation of an ornate, museum-worthy mural in this action-packed entry in the popular Disney fantasy-adventure series.
Disney’s live-action revisionist look at one of its most famous villains is a feast for the eyes, with Tina’s contribution including the rich tapestry in Aurora’s chambers that could have come right out of a medieval fairy tale.
Robert Zemeckis’ stylish World War II thriller called for an opulent look in its interior scenes, with Tina tasked with creating a striking, gold-brushed mural any viewer would be eager to have at home, too.
The elaborately illustrated wall scenery in the main tomb was Tina’s handiwork, capturing the backstory of Queen Himiko’s, whose narrative forms the quest at the heart of this adaptation of the popular video game starring Alicia Vikander.
Extensive research was involved in capturing just the right period details for Quentin Tarantino’s Oscar-winning snapshot of Hollywood in the late 1960s. Tina was involved in recreating everything from prominent movie billboards to restaurant signage and even magazine covers and cigarette wrappers.