You know what I enjoy doing while working on a new script? Anything BUT writing. I’ll go for a stroll, research, check out the kitchen, re-watch auditions and, occasionally, head downstairs and see what the gang is up to…
Dark Matter Production Designer Ian Brock considers space toilets. It’s the little things…
Research is key! Prop Master Victoria Klein tests the prison food (and cutlery!) on Props Buyer Susan Woorts.
The individual cells are coming along. Doesn’t that bunk look comfy?
Back on Stargate, Executive Producer Robert Cooper would always stress the importance of ceilings and floor. It’s something that has always stayed with me and that I’ve carried through into Dark Matter. Pictured above, some options courtesy of the Art Department. I think we all prefer the Modern Masters Pewter (lower left) for our Super Max.
Hey! It’s Set Designer Doug Slater, MacGyvering a quick treatment for a severed ear. No time for hospitals. Staples and super glue work just fine. Now back to work, Doug!
Hey, it’s The Raza – minus a gun turret (a casualty of San Diego Comic con).
See, THIS is why that 3D printer was such a great investment. First a model of Dark Matter’s badass ship, next –
Your very own Joseph Mallozzi action figure in its original stasis pod packaging. Mint condition! What’s my first bid?