'Terp is an AFI Cycle Three short film, shot over three days - one day on location for exteriors and two days on a soundstage for the tent interiors. The script also called for a latrine to be built and aged to bring to the military camp location. The art department budget was approximately $600 and included lumber, paint, the tent and other military rentals, and medical prop rentals, and I managed a five-person crew.
Silence is an AFI Cycle Two short film, shot on location over three days. We rented a penthouse apartment and built an elevator on location to transform it into a floor of an apartment building. The art department budget was approximately $1100 and included construction materials, paint and set dressing and prop rentals, and I managed a six-person crew.
Your Girl is an AFI Cycle One short film, shot on a soundstage over four days. The setting is a NYC apartment building turned brothel.
The lounge of the Overlook Hotel in The Shining as if the film were set in Japan in the 1930s.
A new concept for the first floor of the Whitaker's 1957 house as well as Frank Whitaker's office in Far From Heaven (2002).
Practical location at AFI art directed to look like a WWI-era military hospital in Great Britain.
Various mixed media sketches including hand sketching with graphite, ink, marker and Photoshop rendering.
A sample of collaborative architectural projects and drafting.
A sample of set design and architectural models of various media.
DVD covers, logos and other graphics.