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Director: Joss Whedon
Production Designer: James Chinlund Supervising Art Director: Richard Johnson
The Avengers Bridge was built by a Team of Set Designers- consisting of: myself, Sam Page, Scott Schneider, Jeff Markwith, Stephen Morahan and Aric Cheng. Art Directors on this Set were Jann Engel and Julian Ashby.
Lower Hangar, shown after the Bridge was located at the DHL Shipment warehouse in Ohio. Below those images are the Plans and Elevations for Natasha and Hulks fight sequence, also at DHL. The Art Director on those sets was Greg Hooper.
COWBOYS AND ALIENS
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Director: Jon Favreau
Production Designer: Scott Chambliss Supervising Art Director: Chris Burian-Mohr
The Speeder Vehicle was designed by Tex Kadonaga. Myself, Scott Schneider and Tim Wilcox helped in the digital to physical making of the Speeder, which Legacy built and our Special Effects Team helped give life and action too. Harry Otto was the Art Director on this Vehicle
HALO 4 Commercial
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Production Designer: Christopher Glass
Art Director: Vlad Vieru
2012 Art Directors Guild Award for Production Design (Commercial)
Halo 4 Commercial was designed in Los Angeles and shot on Stage in Bucharest, Romania. Commercial consisted of: Infinity Ship Hallway, Sleeping and Dining Quarters, Infinity Bridge, Mountain Top and Podium. Serban Rotariu, a fellow Set Designer helped these Sets come to life. Photographs show are also by him.
Shown here are Preliminary Studies for Jotenheim. Model was 3d printed. Below are some quick furniture studies. While the actual shape of Jotenheim changed- the language was still retained in the Final sets that were shot.
The Room of the Bottom of the Rabbit Hole was called the "Round Room". Christy Wilson was the Art Director on these Sets. The Round Room sequence took 5 sets to complete this sequence. New Deal Studios built the miniature.
Below these are various Hardware designs for the Round Room and the Red Queens castle, including the Mad Hatters Cell.
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My First Movie working as a Set Designer. Both the Cave Set and the Garage Set were built at Playa Vista Studios. The Cave Set, saw the incarnation of the First Ironman Suit. The Garage Set, is the First Genesis of the Ironman Garages and home to the Second Generation of the Ironman Suit.
ALL IMAGES PROPERTY + COPY RIGHT OF WALT DISNEY STUDIOS. Director: David Green Production Designer: Kasra Farahani Supervising Art Director: Richard Bloom
The interior of the Echo Ship was the only stage build for this film. Its purpose was to serve as a "key" for the entire Ship to be enabled to leave the Earth and return to space.
It was built out of foam which had been cut from 2d files and assembled. In the story it was located underground and with the use of Visual Effects the Ship emerged from underground in small pieces and then reassembled itself up in the Sky to complete the ship and then returned home to space.
Together with Art Director Alan Hook, Hobb's Office and the Sheik's Bedroom were developed. Due to the Heavy Physical Action and Stunts in this film, sets were built accordingly, allowing for pracitcal and visual effects to take place.
Many other sets (Torreto house miniature, Parking Garage Collapse, and Tuner Garage) were worked on during this show, however set stills are not currently available. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.