It’s not every day that you get the chance to work on, better yet, design a period Western of this caliber.
Gaslit: Historical Looks
A modern take on the Watergate scandal through the long-neglected lens of the lesser known key players.
Back to Bel-Air
Set in modern-day America, the one-hour drama series Bel-Air reimagines the beloved, culture-defining sitcom, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
Confessions of the Dropout
It was a unique challenge to prep and shoot a project in which the story was unfolding in real time.
The Offer You Can’t Refuse
50 years after the classic’s triumphant release in March 1972, The Offer is the limited event series about the making of The Godfather.
When director Denis Villeneuve contacted Donald Mowat to discuss Dune, Mowat was overwhelmed at the prospect of running make-up, hair and prosthetics as the designer/head of department (HOD).
Being the Ricardos
Working with Aaron Sorkin on Being the Ricardos, a story about the life of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz (both iconic characters) that spans 12 years of their lives, was a thrill for the artisans.
The Eyes of Tammy Faye
Tammy Faye Bakker’s bold eye make-up, big hair, mascara tears, and massive personality was an image that stuck in the public’s mind. She and husband Jim will not be forgotten.
More Than a Powder Puff and a Lipstick…
Marietta Carter-Narcisse listened to the gentle voice on the phone, director Anthony Hemingway. “I just got your name from Angie Wells. What is your availability?” She said she was available.
Forever Young & Restless
All of us fortunate enough to have worked on a soap opera, know the benefit of a steady gig and being with a cast and crew that becomes like a family.