Neville Page has worked with such luminaries as Ridley Scott on Prometheus, James Cameron on Avatar, J.J. Abrams on Star Trek, The Untitled Star Trek Sequel, Super 8, Cloverfield and The Amazing Spider-Man. Other recent film projects include Green Lantern, TRON: Legacy, and for television Steven Spielberg’s Terra Nova and Falling Skies.
Other feature credits include Minority Report, Planet of the Apes, X-Men 2 & 3, The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Superman Returns, Piranha 3D, Zach Snyder’s The Watchmen, and Louis Leterrier’s The Incredible Hulk. In addition to his teaching career, Neville is currently involved as a design consultant for the entertainment, toy, and automotive industries; and is developing his own line of educational art products.
The son of a circus family – his mother a dancer and his father a musician – Neville was always destined for creative design. Surrounded by vivid imagery and stylized performances, he was propelled toward science-fiction by his overwhelming love of Star Wars, hoping at first to act in – rather than create – lush, futuristic landscapes.
Setting out for Hollywood at the age of 17, Page survived on small acting gigs in day-time soaps like General Hospital while putting together an increasingly impressive art portfolio. He performed as a stand-up comedian at the Ice House and the Improv to pay for his training at the Art Center College of Design. Page graduated with honors in 1990 and immediately started a design consultancy with his roommate, who would eventually become his best friend and studio partner, Scott Robertson.