Bruton Jones is a television and film production designer known for recent TV shows “Sex Drugs & Rock & Roll” (2015), “Scream” (2015) and “Maron” (2013-2015) along with winner of the Independent Spirit Awards feature film “Dear White People” (2014). Bruton first entered the film industry as an assistant to the production designer on Spike Lee’s film “Jungle Fever” (1991) and then went on to be a set designer on a Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth Perkins’ film “He Said She Said” (1991). His first major credit as a production designer was on Len Weisman’s action fantasy “Underworld” (2003). His love for sci-fi, fantasy & horror is clear in his body of work of over 30 films and 125 episodes of television, including drama and comedy. During the span of Bruton’s 25-year career, he worked on Academy Nominated film “Armageddon” (1998) with Michael Bay and along side other prominent directors such as Chris Columbus, Wallace Wolodarsky, and Robert Schwentke.