ADG Perspective

November-December 2023

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9 4 P E R S P E C T I V E | N O V E M B E R / D E C E M B E R 2 0 2 3 Every artist's journey is filled with unique challenges and opportunities, and mine has been a cosmic adventure of galactic proportions. My creative journey began with Star Trek: Discovery, continued with Strange New Worlds, and reached a memorable milestone with the final season of Picard. As I traversed these diverse yet connected galaxies, I have worn several hats, each adding to my development as an artist. My first exploration of the Star Trek universe started as a costume concept artist for the first season of Discovery and subsequently, Strange New Worlds. Designing costumes was not just about aesthetics; it was a complex process of incorporating intricate details and symbolic emblems that enhanced visual storytelling. As my experience in costume illustration continued, I found myself working on the final season of Picard under the guidance of the esteemed costume designer, Michael Crow. It felt like a homecoming, a return to a universe where I was most creatively engaged. No sooner had I finished the conceptualization of costumes when another opportunity arose. Honey VFX offered me the chance to assist with the storyboards for Picard. My first encounter with show runner Terry Matalas infused me with a creative surge. Terry's vision for the show was B e a m i n g a ' B o a r d S T A R T R E K : P I C A R D S T O R Y B O A R D S B Y D A N I E L H Y U N L I M , S T O R Y B O A R D A R T I S T A. FRONTIER DAY (PARAMOUNT+ CBS) B. PICARD COSTUME RENDERINGS. A

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