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Birth Place: Profession: Production Designer ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Art Director (feature film)

1.
Blast From the Past (1999) as Art Director
In the early 1960s, America was in the grip of Cold War paranoia. Calvin Webber was more paranoid than most and built his family a huge bomb shelter. Mistaking a plane crash for a nuclear attack, he moved his family to the shelter, where son Adam was born and spent the first 30 years of his life. When Adam finally emerges, he knows nothing of the contemporary world. He is a man out of time. Then he meets Eve: young, feisty and cynical, she is definitely a woman of her time. But the more Eve watches Adam's innocence and incomprehension of the strange world around him, the more she begins to find herself falling in love.
2.
Dudley Do-Right (1999) as Art Director (Additional Photography)
In the Canadian Rockies community of Semi-Happy Valley, Dudley Do-Right works as a dedicated but hapless young Mountie. Dudley's ladylove, Nell Fenwick, has seen the world and decided to settle down in Seattle, still confused about her relationships with men. The evil Snidley Whiplash is out to rule
3.
Boogie Nights (1997) as Art Director
The story of a young man's journey through the pornography industry of the 1970s and '80s.
4.
Dead Man (1995) as Art Director
William Blake, a young accountant lost in unfamiliar territory and caught in inextricable circumstances which leaves destiny beyond his control, travels the western frontier during the mid 19th century. Wounded and branded an outlaw, Blake flees the gunmen hired to hunt him down. Nobody, an outcast
5.
Dangerous Heart (1994)
When an undercover policeman, who has made off with millions of dollars in illegal drug money, is killed, a drug dealer becomes involved with the cop's widow in an attempt to find the cash.
6.
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (1993) as Art Director
Biopic on the late martial arts film star, Bruce Lee.
7.
Curse of the Dragon (1993) as Art Director
Biopic on the late martial arts film star, Bruce Lee.
8.
Waterdance, The (1992) as Art Director
A story of one man's acceptance of his paralysis.

Production Designer (feature film)

9.
Ghost Dog: the Way of the Samurai (1999) as Production Designer
A mafia hit man does contract killings, but only within the classic codes of the Samurai.
10.
Looking For Lola (1997)
Fate takes a hand by putting two people together in this story about a New Jersey young man who's obsessed with the dance craze known as the Macarena -- and the Mexican-American dental assistant/dancer who is just the right girl for him.
11.
Outsider, The (1997)
In the near future, violent crimes are down thanks to Gangster World, computer-run theme park in which patrons are encouraged to fulfill their darkest desires with androids without ever being in real danger. The park's owner orders his young, programming genius, Garland Widmark, to install a more ad

Film Production - Construction/Set (feature film)

12.
Spaced Invaders (1990) as Property Master
Martians attack earth on the 50th anniversary broadcast of "The War of the Worlds."
13.
Eat a Bowl of Tea (1989) as Property Master (Hong Kong/San Francisco)
Chinese immigrants adjust to American life in post-war New York.

Production Designer (special)

14.
Sting: Sacred Love (2003) as Production Designer
Special which takes viewers inside the creation and development of Sting's new album, "Sacred Love," and offers the rehearsals and first ever performance of the album songs by the band.

Production Designer (TV Mini-Series)

15.
Vanishing Son I (1994) as Production Designer
Two students (Jian-Wa and Wago) in the Peoples Republic of China are forced to flee out of China after having taken part in a protest action for freedom (reference is made to the fights at Tiananmen Square in 1989). They come to America, and try to build up a new life. After a while, one of the brothers pursues a musical career while the other gets entangled in a criminal organisation.
16.
Vanishing Son IV (1994) as Production Designer
Russell Wong and Chi Moui Lo star as brothers Jian-Wa and Wago Chang, respectively, who escape from China's political unrest and take up in the United States. Both try and find new lives in the U.S., with Wago falling in with an organized crime gang and Jian-Wa pursuing a career in music.
17.
Vanishing Son II (1994) as Production Designer
Russell Wong and Chi Moui Lo star as brothers Jian-Wa and Wago Chang, respectively, who escape from China's political unrest and take up in the United States. Both try and find new lives in the U.S., with Wago falling in with an organized crime gang and Jian-Wa pursuing a career in music.
18.
Vanishing Son III (1994) as Production Designer
Russell Wong and Chi Moui Lo star as brothers Jian-Wa and Wago Chang, respectively, who escape from China's political unrest and take up in the United States. Both try and find new lives in the U.S., with Wago falling in with an organized crime gang and Jian-Wa pursuing a career in music.

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