Matteo De Cosmo, a New York-based artwork director who labored on a number of ABC Studios tasks together with Marvel’s “The Punisher,” died on April 21 of coronavirus-related issues. He was 52.
De Cosmo was best-known for serving because the artwork director for ABC tv reveals “Emergence,” “Luke Cage” and “The Punisher.” De Cosmo started his profession as a set designer, assistant artwork director and even a dressing up designer on movies corresponding to “Circus Lives,” “Arresting Gena,” “Louis & Frank” and “Spring Ahead.”
Although he continued to work on movies corresponding to 2019’s “21 Bridges” starring Chadwick Boseman, De Cosmo targeted extra on tv later in his profession. He served as artwork director for “Chappelle’s Present,” “Are We There But?,” “Alpha Home,” “Madam Secretary,” “The Affair” and “Wu Tang: An American Saga,” along with his work with ABC Studios.
Most lately, De Cosmo was engaged on the pilot for brand spanking new ABC collection “Harlem’s Kitchen” till manufacturing was shut down in March because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Zahir McGhee, the showrunner of “Harlem’s Kitchen,” advised Selection in a press release that De Cosmo can be deeply missed.
“Making tv is difficult. However there are those that guarantee you daily with their expertise, ardour and smile that something is feasible,” McGhee mentioned. “Matteo was a type of folks.”
ABC Studios additionally launched a press release relating to De Cosmo’s demise.
“He was a real expertise, extremely artistic, and beloved by everybody with whom he labored,” ABC Studios mentioned. “We are going to miss him deeply and our hearts exit to his household and mates.”
De Cosmo is survived by his spouse, Aris, and son, Marcello.