Production Design: Margot Ready Brought back in name only, Kung Fu is rated in the IMDb Top 200 Most Popular TV Titles 2020-2021. When I was asked to do this set I was excited; I hadn’t designed a restaurant for many years. Then they told me they wanted it to be a ‘Real’ working kitchen. […]Read more "Harmony Dumplings – Kung Fu"
Production Design by: Lauren Crasco This was a fun set to design. The idea was to merge the tail end of the Airbus 380 with ramp/tail of a Boeing C17 to create a vehicle bay that 2 Hummers could enter and exit from. The Spfx Department built the ramp to open and close as shown. […]Read more "Vehicle Bay – Zoo Season 2"
Production Design By: Rachel O’Toole The Mansion Attic set was built for Season 2. Heavy beams, stone walls and a vaulted ceiling with slate shingles [all faux] gave this appearance of being part of a old 13th Century castle or Cathedral. In fact the Notre Damn Bell Tower was part of the reference material for […]Read more "Mansion Attic – Witches of East End"
Production Design: Rachel O’Toole Season 2, Episode 7 – I became a Sketchup ‘Faithful’. This project was quite difficult in planning and mapping of the Plinths and Floor Tiles to show Wendy’s face at just the right angle. But in the end, it came off fantastic. Original Artwork: Jonathan Stamp, Graphic Design: Sally Hudson IMDB […]Read more "Art Installation – Witches of East End"
Production Design: Rachel O’Toole At 2400 ftsq on the main level; this set was used in both seasons as a Library and then was redressed as a Apothecary set in 1906 and a Bordello in the 1800’s. IMDB Link: Witches of East EndRead more "Library \ Apothecary \ Bordello – Witches of East End"
Production Design: Ian D. Thomas At just under 7000sqft. this is probably the largest ‘All Glass’ set I’ve Set Designed. All glass panels “gimbal” (pivot around a center point to off-set mirroring back into the camera). IMDB Link: Almost Human 2014Read more "LAPD Offices – Almost Human"