My work as a production designer has amassed so many credits this year that my portfolio has outgrown this website. The website is now finished, and I’ll be premiering it next week. That being said…
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I am *so* far behind in my updates, but I guess that’s what happens when your house burns down. Good news is I’m back to where I need to be, so now I’m chained to my desk and frantically climbing to the top on my to-do list with the same energy I use to ignore all the clean laundry sitting on my easy chair waiting to be folded.
I’ve already gone ahead and updated my crew resume with the last *five* videos I didn’t have on there yet, so if you want to skip ahead of the line and check them out, go for it. Otherwise expect a few updates over the course of the next few weeks.
In the meantime, here’s one of the latest videos I worked on.
Now that the last project I worked on was cleared for release, that means I get to talk about it. So head on over to the crew credits page here and click on the bright and shiny new link at the top of the list. If you can’t figure out which link that is, I’ll give you a clue: it rhymes with “Sevendust.”
Okay I’m bad at clues. But there it is.
So check out the video below, and if you’re into the “behind the scenes” sort of stuff, I’ve got a link to my portfolio that shows the steps I took in building the set and decorating it for this project.
I’ve been pretty busy recently on and off set, but today I found some time to update my website. I added a few photos from my time as a make-up artist at Nightmare’s Gate last year, and I also included a picture taken at the Days of the Dead: Atlanta FX Competition, where I got to judge alongside legends like the artist Chris Black, as well as horror film icons P.J. Soles and C.J. Graham.