Our brilliant Production Designer, Ian Brock, gives today’s sets (3 in all!) a last look-through before heading off to oversee construction of several more sets! Have to convince him to do a fan Q&A this season.
The “guest quarters” on the Volkov-Rusi ship.
Check out the attention to detail, the small touches…
The Art Department outdoes themselves with each successive episode.
A sneak peek at the still-in-progress “VR room”.
Really the best thing about getting the third season pick-up is having the opportunity to spend the next five months with this group.
Production Manager and Ethics Committee Chairman Brandon Tataryn works through the week AND runs a hugely popular bed & breakfast with his wife on weekends! And he cooks for his guests, drawing from – and I didn’t know this until today – his culinary training. Planning a trip to Ontario and looking to get away for a weekend or so? Look no further! I’ll get the details from Brandon this week!
Director of Photography Craig Wright, always upbeat and rarin’ to go.
Mind the airlock!
Access point – “the lab”.
Hey! It’s on set dresser Mean Jean Brophey!
The lab’s lurid red lighting. It’s like something out of The Shining!
The operating table. This “lab” scene will deliver the most disquieting/creepiest/unsettling sequence on Dark Matter to date. Avert your eyes!
The lurid red screens to match the equally lurid red lightning.
They say that, if you look close enough and whistle a tune at the stroke of midnight, you can see the ghost of VFX Supervisor Lawren Bancroft-Wilson onscreen.
And, of course, today’s wardrobe. No more casual-wear for Joe. I’m dressing up for production!
1 down! 90 to go!