March 18, 2015: We’ve Passed The Halfway Mark Of Production On Dark Matter’s First Season!  Introducing A Camera Operator Dino Laurenza!

A meeting of minds this morning as Director Ron Murphy shot as scene for episode #106, then handed off the bridge to Director Bruce McDonald for episode #107. The shipboard action got heated today in a frantic race against time – while our special guest star reached an understanding with our Android (Zoie Palmer).

Tomorrow, we hit the airlock, corridors and quarters.  Oh, and we finally sit down to

Preeesenting…Dark Matter A Camera Operator Dino Laurenza!  Check him out in action…

March 18, 2015: We’ve Passed The Halfway Mark Of Production On Dark Matter’s First Season!  Introducing A Camera Operator Dino Laurenza!

The guy is poetry in motion!

March 18, 2015: We’ve Passed The Halfway Mark Of Production On Dark Matter’s First Season!  Introducing A Camera Operator Dino Laurenza!

Always focused.

March 18, 2015: We’ve Passed The Halfway Mark Of Production On Dark Matter’s First Season!  Introducing A Camera Operator Dino Laurenza!

Showing off his strength, dexterity – and lovely singing voice.

March 18, 2015: We’ve Passed The Halfway Mark Of Production On Dark Matter’s First Season!  Introducing A Camera Operator Dino Laurenza!

The guy is so good at what he does, I suspect he’s a cyborg – half human, half camera.

Hey!  Finally received some audio samples in advance of our big music meeting. Really like what I’ve heard so far.  Tomorrow, we discuss!

March 18, 2015: We’ve Passed The Halfway Mark Of Production On Dark Matter’s First Season!  Introducing A Camera Operator Dino Laurenza!

What’s in the weird box?  Find out this summer on Dark Matter!

15 thoughts on “March 18, 2015: We’ve passed the halfway mark of production on Dark Matter’s first season! Introducing A Camera Operator Dino Laurenza!

  1. Every time I see his name I want to pronounce it, Dino de Laurenza. Looking forward to checking out his work later this summer!

  2. @ Das – I thought maybe they’d get tired of me drooling over all the guys of Dark Matter… but yeah, I agree. Another “hawt” one! Whew!

  3. @What’s in the weird box?

    It’s a mystery box, anything could be inside. Even cake. 🙂

  4. What? All the behind-the-scenes goodies can’t be halfway done! 🙁 I know Dark Matter seasons are shorter, but it seems like production is zipping by faster than even Stargate did. Is that possible?

  5. Is Summer Glau in the box?

    A big HI to all the crew you’ve been introducing! All the unseen busy bees that make a show come together so seamlessly.

    Jenny Horn: I hope you find a home for the cat! Loved the story! There are so many pets out there that deserve a good home. Just breaks my heart….

    Gforce: Another storm? Spring should be coming soon. Hold on!

    Is Akemi feeling better? Did you get sick?

  6. G’day

    “What’s in the box?”
    The special guest star!!! Whoever the heck it is.

    Question: Is that the box that was only a drawing a week or so ago (that you posted on this blog) if so, that is quick work?!

  7. @Tam: Spring? LOL!

    There’s another “weather event” coming on Saturday. Hopefully, it will fizzle out by the time it gets here.

    We need to see what’s in the box!

  8. Hello Dino! I just thought of a question for the next mailbox and I better post it before I forget. How many people are actually part of the Dark Matter production in total?

  9. Hey! i was wondering how I could be in touch with Dino Laurenza. I’m conducting a research paper at Niagara college as a TV production student whos wants to do pretty much exactly that! Would love it if you could get back to me to discuss?
    -Tyler Walton

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