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Gremlins 2, Fight Club, The Wolfman (2010), Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV), Grimm (TV), Se7en, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Coneheads, Army of Darkness, Heros (TV), Jumanji (2017), American Horror Story, Sleepy Hollow (TV), Den of Thieves, Avengers: Infinity War, tHE gIFTED; jUNGLE cRUISE; +++
Tragedy Girls, An Accidental Zombie (Named Ted), Horror Hotel, A Million Ways to Die in the West, Zombeavers, Sleepy Hollow, Grimm, The Bridge, & Various Commercials
When Sandra met Greg, everything changed. As she transferred from one country to another, she also transferred from one career into the eclectic world of Makeup Effects, finding there a better fit for her abilities and talent.
Beginning with shop work, as did her husband, she became proficient in the art of Hair Punching, contributing to the TV shows Grimm & Sleepy Hollow. She was also learning prosthetic application, bringing her talents on-set.
Sandra has been instrumental in establishing FX etc Makeup Effects School where she has an active role in the day-to-day management and education.
Greg began his professional career in Makeup on October 31, 1987 when he was hired by Stan Winston Studios to do preproduction work on the film "Alien Nation".
Since that time, Greg has worked on hundreds of productions at various levels and positions at many different FX Shops and Shows, working with some of the top artists in the business: Rick Baker, Steve Johnson, Rob Bottin, Greg Cannom, Tony Gardner, Barney Burman, Corey Castellano, and dozens of others, too many to mention here. Greg’s experience spans 4 decades and is balanced between pre-production work and on-set application.
Greg is often asked, “What is your favorite thing to do in the world of makeup FX?” His answer is always the same…
“What I enjoy the most is creating a character from start to finish; from concept and design, beginning with Lifecasting, then all the way through to on-set application. To me, this is the most rewarding experience in this unique art form, and it’s how we approach our teaching philosophy here at ETCFX. It is our belief that the more you know and understand, from conception to execution, the better artist you’ll become.”