When I Find the Ocean - feature film // This abandoned store was restored then aged and dressed to resemble a 1960's country store/gas station.
Black Men Can't Swim - feature film // Using a wild wall window, we were able to let the audience participate as voyeurs in this private encounter.
J-Kwon - Tipsy - music video // Designing with my favorite color, red, this performance stage was built in the backyard of the house set seen in the original video. Using wild walls, corrugated aluminum and rope lighting set the mood for a great music video.
The Tomb - feature film // The use of lighting, color, scenic painting, and gruesome props set the mood for this Edgar Allen Poe thriller.
Schultz Plant Foods - commercial // A detailed product shot was possible with the help of key props and set dressing.
Privateer - short film // Using reinactors to portray Jean Lafittes privateers helped make this low budget short film realistic and authentic.
When I Find the Ocean - feature film // Filming in downtown Selma and surrounding towns made recreating the 1960's a not so difficult task.
Nelly - music video // Artwork by real graffiti artists and chainlink fence details put the final touches on another St. Lunatics music video.
Privateer - feature film // Marie Laveau seduces Jean Lafitte on this sexy set decorated with candles and shades of red.
Ghost Image - feature film // Blood. Lots of red blood.
Saving Shiloh - feature film // Organized chaos on a windowsill with the help of smoke and lighting set the mood for this shot.
Albino Farm - feature film // Roadkill at it's best created by Robot Monkey Lab, St. Louis.
Albino Farm - feature film // The location was an actual abandoned gas station which was dressed and scenic painted to create an unwelcoming welcome to unsuspecting tourists.
Ghost Image - feature film // Blood. Lot's more of the red liquid created a realistic, tragic death scene
Privateer - feature film // A candelabra, a Quadroon, and a Privateer make for a beautiful, romantic feel.
Privateer - short film // Period graphics that were created digitally then aged to compliment the time period of this movie.
Albino Farm - feature film // Fake stone panels, scenic paint, and fake ivy were used to create the towers of Albino Farm.
No God No Master - feature film // Vintage props and careful selection of set pieces was the key to making the bomb makers table believable in this 1920's tale of terrorism.
The Tomb - feature film // The library/study room was created in an attic nook of an old 1900's manor.
The Tomb - feature film // The location of this set was in the basement of an old 1900's manor. Decorating with antique props and with the use of a spider web maker, the effect was an off limits room to most visitors.
The Tomb - feature film // Grave markers created by Robot Monkey Lab, St. Louis and red roses were used to create a cold place where mother and daughter rested.
The Tomb - feature film // The beauty of this film is brought out by the golds, reds and purples used throughout and a vintage draped mirror dusted to perfection.
When I Find the Ocean - feature film // Period cars and cleared vintage license plates were used to create the feel of this movie.
When I Find the Ocean - feature film // Recreating the Selma Civil Rights March of 1965 involved lot's of research on the actual event including studying pictures of storefronts, marchers, and signage.
Kingshighway - feature film // More orange and red splashes of color and clear under lit liquor bottles continued the mood throughout this movie.
Kingshighway - feature film // Shades of orange and red were used to create a mood in a dingy corner of a bar for this musician's scene.