Archive for the ‘Fabrication’ Category

Monday, December 16th, 2019

The Flag Five Flock Flair for Amazon Studio’s The Tick. These were featured prominently in season 2 episodes “In the Woods” and “Choose Love”

I was the lead artist for these props which came out very well. The “watch face” was a 3-D print out and everything else was molded and cast by me. I had to create everything, even the watch bands which had to be made to fit the special shape of the hinge on the watch.

Some pieces were painted to give more detail and a lighting effect was added by one of the shows lighting technicians. My friend Erin assisted me with some of the assembly and did a great job.

I am very happy they got as much screen time as they did. The final episode of the season even opens up with a close up of the prop.

Tuesday, April 16th, 2019

Robot arm made for Amazon Studio’s The Tick. Starting Peter Serafinowicz and Griffin Newman.

There was an actual stunt actor hidden within the arm. I worked on this along with three other prop artists. I was in charge of a good deal of the sculpting, painting, and mold making.

Tuesday, April 16th, 2019

She wallet prop for Comedy Central’s The Other Two. I was the project lead and actually only artist on this job. I had to figure out how to make a compartment that would slide in and out of the shoe somehow.

The Champion logo was removed by the props department after it was handed off to them.

Sunday, March 31st, 2019

Nike Pyramid




Photo opp pho cement pyramid made for the Nike Soho store.

Sunday, March 11th, 2018

Scenic Work

Set Created for Activision for a commercial to promote a new Tomb Raider video game.


Clips from the TV spot.  The actual commercial can be seen here.

Sunday, March 11th, 2018

Sinornithosaurus


This member of the raptor family is a species indigenous to parts of China.  I helped a team of paliosculptors create this replica out of polyurethane using molds made from actual dinosaur fossils on loan from a museum in China. Unlike what most people believe raptors rarely grew larger than six feet in length.