Bryn Court was born in 1967 and lives in London in the UK. Bryn left school in 1984 and worked as a Gym instructor while pursuing his Sculpting Career. During this time he worked with his father on some free lance pieces and on his own small projects.

His interest in sculpting intensified in 1987 when he began working for an Architectural Plastering Company in Belsize Park where he learned the art of architectural sculpting.

With a family background in film work and inherited artistic talent from his father (Sculptor/Art Director, Ken Court), it was a natural progression for Bryn to concentrate his efforts on his artistic ability, and in 1995 he developed his true career and passion as a sculptor on the film of The Fifth Element, directed by Luc Besson.

Since then, Bryn’s sculpting career and reputation have taken him across the globe, from Mexico (Film - Tomorrow Never Dies), to Turkey (TV Production- Jason & the Argonauts), Morocco (TV Production – The Ten Commandments), China (Free lance project – The Venetian Hotel, Macau), And all 7 Harry Potter Movies in the UK and Universal Studios Orlando Florida.

Bryn has worked with many Designers, including Stuart Craig, with whom he was lead sculptor on the complete series of Harry Potter films, producing some iconic pieces such as the Chess Pieces, the Whomping Willow, the Riddle Grave, the Ministry of Magic Statue and the Hogwarts Gates, from the development of the conceptual maquettes to producing the full size pieces..

Recently, Bryn has been responsible for design and Sculpting for Universal Studios in Orlando, Japan and LA on the Harry Potter theme park attractions including the new Diagon Alley attraction in Universal Orlando.

His passion, adaptability and technical skills have ensured his continued success in his chosen field.