About Major Production Design & Art Direction.
Wikepedia's description of production design: In film and television, a production designer (PD) is the person responsible for the overall visual look of the production. Production designers have a key creative role in the creation of motion pictures and television. Working directly with the director, cinematographer, and producer, they must select the settings and style to visually tell the story. The term production designer was coined by William Cameron Menzies while he was working on the film Gone with the Wind. Previously (and often subsequently) the people with the same responsibilities were called art directors. It is sometimes also described as scenic design or set design.
WE HAVE HAD THE PRIVELAGE OF WORKING ON THE FOLLOWING LICENCED BRANDS. SABAN ENTERTMENT MAKERS OF POWER RANGERS. FORD MOTOR COMPANY, MAKERS OF THE LINCOLN MARK 8. TOYMAX, MAKERS OF CREEPY CRAWLERS TOY. RAGDOL PRODUCTIONS, MAKERS OF TELETUBBIES MARVEL MARVEL ENTERTAINMENT, MAKERS OF SPIDERMAN AND BATMAN. CHEVROLET MOTORS, MAKERS OF CORVETTE.
WINNER OF TWO INTERNATIONAL AWARDS IN 2 CATERGORIES : DESIGN MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION & 2019 LEADERS IN EXHIBIT DESIGN.
WAS THE SET DESIGNER FOR 3 AWARD WINNING FILMS: source (IMDB) Internet Movie Database
SHOWTIME’s ‘Best New Latin Film & 2002 for the movie "MOMENT TO MOMENT"and ‘Best Film’ at the HBO NY Latino Film Festival in 2005 for his feature ‘GLOW ROPES.
Set Designer for Award winning short "leave you in me" by Dutch Docher WON BEST FICTION FILM AND NUMEROUS AWARDS IN 25 FILM FESTIVALS AND HAS EARNED THESE TESTIMONIALS:
“I didn’t want to turn it off.” –Jonathan Demme, Silence Of The Lambs.
“The film is superb, well shot and acted.” –Mark Romanek, Director One Hour Photo.
“Dark and beautiful, gorgeously shot, mesmerizing, sexy, beautifully acted.” –David Frankel, Director, Marley and Me.
“Shot in gorgeous black and white, it was really good like a Fellini movie.” –Bobby Rivers, Whoopie Goldberg Show
“Gorgeous, raw emotion. A supremely human experience. A love letter.” –Robert Luketic, Director Legally Blond