When something is so good and so picturesque, all you need is to add a few elements to help the scene along. Derelict (but still floating) cargo vessel on the northern Sunshine Coast, used for an epic super-battle on the ocean.
Transforming the beige-on-biege of a generic banquet hall into something FABULOUS. It’s what my team does.
With cascading fairy lights in abundance, the vast majority of the set was practically lit.
6 days from initial scout until filming. We try not to make a habit of this, but we can bring it when we need to.
Step One – Find a spot with some potential
Step Two – Imagine what it could look like
Step Three – Get 10 tonnes of crushed ice and some very capable film professionals
Supergirl properties copyright Warner Bros. Television & DC Entertainment
In the Dickensian depths of the BC Sugar Refinery. A building from the 1920’s that looks like it’s from the 1820’s.
Working with existing textures, a few carefully selected set pieces and a very skilled lighting department.
Alien Space Prison
One owner, genty used
Where sea and steel become one, but in a good way. Barge on Fraser River.
Alien Super-Max Detention Corridor