Set decoration by

bryant berry

Distributed By


Project Type

limited series/period genre



Creating Real Spaces

Vintage late 90’s and early 00’s.

Yes folks that Air Force 1 & oak laminate nostalgia is front and center in the period piece designed by Scott Dougan (The Deuce-HBO).

From the beginning it was clear that we  where creating real spaces. The  – process page – on Colin in Black and White goes into detail breaking down the layers of researching, clearing, sourcing and fabrication used to recreate the early 2000’s with special attention to the spaces of the Black girls  colin was the most impacted by.

this project has so many gorgeous sets to choose from But consensus of those in the know was that vibe was strongest in the clothing store with the barber shop in the back. the transformation of this space from a vacant building to the center of culture in Modesto, California was astonishing and set the tone for the rest of the project.

working with the team on this project was nothing short of amazing. We would not have been able to accomplish this work without the support of Nelson Bush and Marc Lema ( Leadman and gang-boss respectively) nor without  the shoppers (Lia Lopez-Burrows, Rosalyn ‘Roz’ Myles, Michele Muñoz) dressers and coordinators (Varsi Amerian, Josephine Darkwah) supporting my department. Colin In Black And White was more than a limited series to me. It was a moment of magic. It was a moment that will forever be a part of history. It was visual activism And I am forever grateful to all the artist I worked with and to those that laid the groundwork for me to be able to play on this field.