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September / October 2011

The Cinematic Art of Title Design  

     At one time or another, try as one might, and as much you hate it ... everyone has come into a film late.  It happens.  If the time between showings isn't too long, you may even hang around to catch the beginning of the film again ... up to the point where you walked in the first time - not trying to scam a freebie movie or anything of the sort, but just  to catch what you missed.  There are some movies however you just don't EVER come in on after they've begun.  If you have an inkling you (or a guest) are going to be five minutes late, you just plan to catch the next show.  Years ago it was the James Bond and PINK PANTHER films. Well, actually it still IS the Bond films, because for all intents and purposes they're the only ones left  today where you can consistantly COUNT ON an elaborate, artistically designed and rendered Main Title Sequence.  For the most part in contemporary films (since the popularity of the STAR WARS-like "cold opening") it's been long lost. 

    In the early days of the silent "cinematograph" (circa late 1800s - early 1900s), simple cast / crew title cards were projected on screen before and after the film.  Eventually the single card was replaced by a sequence of cards set to music, and the concept of the "Main Title Sequence" was born.  When early television became cinema's greatest economic challenge, the studios responded with 3D, ultra-widescreen CinemaScope and highly stylized title sequences cut from the pop art vein of the day - in the hope such opening sequences (often following a huge orchestral Overture) would herald to the viewer a grandeur and scale you just couldn't enjoy on the 'ol Philco TV back home.  In the 1960s and 70s individual title artists like Saul Bass (PSYCHO, NORTH BY NORTHWEST), Maurice Binder (the James Bond films, CHARADE), Pablo Ferro (BULLITT - arguably THE coolest sequence ever, THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR) and Phill Norman (THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR, KOJAK, SILVER STREAK) became as integral a part of a film's audience appeal as it's star and director.   The same with design companies such as Depatie/Freleng animation (A SHOT IN THE DARK, THE SATAN BUG), the Richard Williams Studio (THE RETURN OF THE PINK PANTHER), and the later R/Greenberg Associates (SUPERMAN, ALIEN, GHOSTBUSTERS, THE UNTOUCHABLES). 

     In the 1990s, one of R/Greenberg's best and brightest, Kyle Cooper, would branch out on his own then take the film and design worlds by storm with his now iconic titles to David Fincher's 1995 thriller SE7EN.  Following with equally impressive title sequences for THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU, SPIDER-MAN, DAWN OF THE DEAD, KISS KISS BANG BANG and others, Cooper would be hailed as the designer who signaled a return  the "old school" brand of artistry, albeit aided and abetted this time around by new millennial digital tricks of craft. 

          Join us as we take a closer look at three of the "kings of the craft" - Pablo Ferro, Saul Bass and Kyle Cooper ...

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PABLO FERRO (1935 - )

      Pablo Ferro was born in 1935 in Antilla, Cuba.   His family would immigrate to New York where there as a teen he taught himself animation through one of the books of legendary Disney artist PRESTON BLAIR (FANTASIA).   He'd eventually work in commercial animation alongside Disney's BILL TYTLA, future Marvel Comics editor-in-chief STAN LEE, pop art legend-in-the-making FRED MOGUBGUB, and LEW SCHWARTZ (BATMAN).  In 1964, around the same time he designed the opening credit sequence for KUBRICK'S DR. STRANGELOVE, he founded PABLO FERRO FILMS.  In 1968 he created the innovative "split-screen" technique used not only for THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR's opening titles, but throughout the entire film to heighten it's narrative suspense. The technique would be one of the most imitated editing devices in the history of film.    

* Complete PABLO FERRO Filmography list - bottom of page

BULLITT (1968) - Main Title sequence

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THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR (1968) - Main Title sequence

DR. STRANGELOVE (1964) - Main Title sequence


SAUL BASS (1920 - 1996)


     SAUL BASS is not only the most lauded title designer in the history of cinema (his animated graphics openings to the films of ALFRED HITCHCOCK and MARTIN SCORCESE the stuff of legend), but arguably one of the most popular commercial ad/logo artists of the entire 60's pop art movement period, his AT&T, UNITED WAY, CONTINENTAL AIRWAYS and other brand icons recognized by hundreds of millions around the world.  

     Born in New York City in 1920, Bass' early design education was at the city's Art Student's League and Brooklyn College.  He entered film when director OTTO PREMINGER asked him to design the poster campaign for his 1954 Dorthy Dandridge musical CARMEN JONES.  Preminger was so impressed, he asked Bass to design a title sequence as well.  He would work on other Preminger films, but his most famous was certainly the most subtle - the stylized "cut and paste" animated titles to the director's THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN ARM (1955).  Detailing the harrowing tale of a jazz musician (Frank Sinatra) and his battle with drug addiction, the opening sequence featured credits racing up and down a series of white lines.  By the end of the sequence we come to realize the "white lines" were the veins within the arm of a heroin addict.  While some missed the visual analogy, It caused quite a stir with those who caught it. 

     In the 1960s Bass would go on to design some of ALFRED HITCHCOCK's most famous openings for films like PSYCHO, VERTIGO and NORTH BY NORTHWEST.  But our personal favorite from this era is the terrifyingly gorgeous "distorted mirrors" title sequence to John Frankenheimer's 1966 "Twilight Zone-ish" character study SECONDS.  Detailing the experiences of a wealthy man (Rock Hudson) given a new identity by a high tech corporation ... and his failure to escape his own psychological past, Bass' titles (set to a "horror-carnival"-like Jerry Goldsmith title theme) plays and feels like a nightmarish fever dream.  In the 1980s and early 90s, directors paying homage to the films of Bass' era would commission him to design their opening sequences as well - the most notable being his collaborations with MARTIN SCORCESE on GOODFELLAS, CASINO, CAPE FEAR and THE AGE OF INNOCENCE.   

* Complete SAUL BASS Filmography list - bottom of page

SECONDS (1966) - Main Title sequence

SPARTACUS (1960) - Main Title sequence

THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN ARM (1955) - Main Title sequence


(1962 - )

     When the 1995 thriller SE7EN exploded across the world's theater screens, it not only finally ushered it's director DAVID FINCHER (who'd been toiling in the FX and directing biz over 20 years) into the "A" list cinema hierarchy, but did the same for title sequence designer KYLE COOPER.  Perfectly distilling the film's elusive "Gothic classicism meets new aged Goth"  look, tone and feel down into similarly tonal but brief Opening and Ending credit sequences, Cooper's images (set to the music of Nine Inch Nails and David Bowie) instantly became some of thrillerdoms most remembered iconic images, up there with the first appearance of the shark in JAWS and Linda Blair's spinning head in THE EXORCIST.  Like Fincher himself Cooper too was a 20 year "overnight" sensation.

     A fan of the Saul Bass, Maurice Binder school of design, he studied at Yale then entered advertising, eventually becoming a creative director with R/GA (then known as R/Greenberg Associates) - the agency responsible for title sequences and ad campaigns for movies such as ALTERED STATES, ALIEN, SUPERMAN, XANADU and GHOSTBUSTERS.  After the success of SE7EN, Cooper would co-found IMAGINARY FORCES design company, taking with him a number of R/GA artists.  As Imaginary Forces grew in prestige with title sequences for films such as THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU, FLUBBER, THE MUMMY, SPIDER-MAN and DAWN OF THE DEAD, Cooper would find himself more involved in the business aspect of things rather than actual designing.  Desiring to return to his "first love", he founded a new company, PROLOGUE FILMS, in 2003.   

* Complete KYLE COOPER Filmography list - bottom of page *  

SE7EN (1995) - Main Title sequence

THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU (1996) - Main Title sequence

THE AVENGERS (1998) - Main Title sequence

*Conceptual design note - the film's plot concerns a machine
   which can control the world's weather

                            CEJ - Sept. 2011


PABLO FERRO filmography:

2011 Larry Crowne (end title sequence, main title sequence creator)
2010 How Do You Know (title design by)
2010 Howl (moloch card, title designer - uncredited)
2009 The Ministers (title designer)
2007 Cthulhu (main title designer)
2006 Starter for 10 (title designer)
2005 Tweek City (title designer)
2005 Iowa (title designer: main titles)
2004 The Manchurian Candidate (title designer)
2004 The Door in the Floor (title consultant)
2004 Napoleon Dynamite (title designer)
2002 The Truth About Charlie (title designer)
2002 Men in Black II (title designer: main titles)
2002 My Big Fat Greek Wedding (titles and graphics)
2002 The Bronze Screen: 100 Years of the Latino Image in American Cinema (documentary) (logo creator, title designer: main titles)
2001 Bones (title designer: main title sequence)
2001 Bandits (montage sequence - uncredited)
2001 All Access: Front Row. Backstage. Live! (documentary) (title designer)
2001 South Pacific (TV movie) (title designer)
2000 The $treet (TV series) (title designer: main title sequence)
2000 Inside: 'Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb' (video documentary) (title design)
2000 The Art of Stanley Kubrick: From Short Films to Strangelove (video documentary short) (title designer)
1999 Witness Protection (TV movie) (title designer: main title sequence)
1999 For Love of the Game (title designer: main titles)
1999 All the Rage (title designer: main title sequence - uncredited)
1999 Agnes Browne (title designer)
1998 Psycho (title designer - final cut)
1998 Winchell (TV movie) (title designer: main title sequence - uncredited)
1998/I Beloved (title designer: main title sequence)
1998 Dance with Me (title designer)
1998 Doctor Dolittle (title designer)
1998 Hope Floats (titles)
1998 Krippendorf's Tribe (titles)
1997 As Good as It Gets (title designer: main title sequence)
1997 Hugo Pool (title designer: main title sequence)
1997 Good Will Hunting (title designer)
1997 Men in Black (title designer: main titles)
1997 L.A. Confidential (title designer: main titles)
1997 Anna Karenina (title designer)
1997 Meet Wally Sparks (title designer: main title sequence)
1996 Hidden in America (TV movie) (main titles)
1996 That Thing You Do! (title design and graphics)
1996 The Sunchaser (consultant: graphics, title designer: main title sequence)
1996 Mrs. Winterbourne (credits design)
1995 Devil in a Blue Dress (title designer: main title sequence)
1995 To Die For (title designer: main title sequence)
1994 Milk Money (title designer)
1994 F.T.W. (title designer)
1994 Sin & Redemption (TV movie) (title designer)
1993 Philadelphia (title designer: main title sequence)
1993 Addams Family Values (title designer)
1993 Malice (title designer)
1992 American Heart (title designer)
1991 The Addams Family (title designer)
1991 Mobsters (title designer: main title sequence)
1991 Career Opportunities (title designer: main title sequence)
1990 Darkman (title designer: main title sequence)
1990 Pump Up the Volume (title designer)
1990 Maniac Cop 2 (title designer)
1990 Book of Love (title designer)
1990 The Guardian (title designer)
1990 Heart Condition (title designer)
1989 Fine Gold (title designer)
1988 Married to the Mob (title designer)
1988 Beetlejuice (title designer)
1988 Johnny Be Good (title designer)
1987 No Man's Land (title designer: main title sequence)
1987 Prince of Darkness (title designer - uncredited)
1987 No Way Out (title designer)
1986 C.A.T. Squad (TV movie) (title designer: main title sequence)
1985 To Live and Die in L.A. (consultant)
1984 Stop Making Sense (documentary) (title designer: main title sequence)
1984 Swing Shift (title designer)
1983 Amityville 3-D (title designer)
1982 Let's Spend the Night Together (documentary) (creative associate, creative consultant)
1982 Family Ties (TV series) (title designer: main titles)
1982 I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can (title designer: main title sequence)
1981 Second-Hand Hearts (title designer)
1979 Being There (title designer)
1979 Last Embrace (titles)
1977 Handle with Care (title designer: main title sequence)
1976 Bound for Glory (title designer - uncredited)
1971 Harold and Maude (titles)
1971 A Clockwork Orange (title designer - uncredited)
1969 Midnight Cowboy (graphic effects)
1968 The Night They Raided Minsky's (title designer: main title sequence)
1968 Bullitt (title designer - uncredited)
1968 The Thomas Crown Affair (title designer - uncredited)
1964 Woman of Straw (title designer: main title sequence)
1964 Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (main title design: Ferro, Mohammed & Schwartz, Inc.)

SAUL BASS filmography:

1998 Psycho (title designer)
1995 Casino (title designer)
1995 A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies (TV documentary) (title designer)
1995 Higher Learning (title designer)
1993 The Age of Innocence (title designer)
1992 Mr. Saturday Night (title designer)
1991 Cape Fear (title sequence)
1991 Preminger: Anatomy of a Filmmaker (documentary) (title designer)
1991 Doc Hollywood (title designer)
1990 Goodfellas (title designer)
1989 The War of the Roses (title sequence)
1988 Big (title designer)
1987 Broadcast News (title designer)
1979 The Human Factor (title designer)
1979 Alien (title designer - uncredited)
1976 That's Entertainment, Part II (documentary) (main credit titles by: new sequences)
1975 Rosebud (title designer)
1974 Phase IV (title designer)
1971 Such Good Friends (title designer)
1968 Why Man Creates (documentary short) (titles - uncredited)
1966 Grand Prix (title designer)
1966 Not with My Wife, You Don't! (title designer)
1966 Seconds (titles by)
1965 Bunny Lake Is Missing (title designer)
1965 In Harm's Way (title designer)
1963 The Cardinal (titles)
1963 The Victors (title designer)
1963 It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (title designer)
1963 Nine Hours to Rama (title designer)
1962 Alcoa Premiere (TV series) (title designer - 1 episode)
– Flashing Spikes (1962) (title designer)
1962 Advise & Consent (titles designed by)
1962 Walk on the Wild Side (title designer)
1961 Something Wild (title designer)
1961 West Side Story (titles)
1960 Exodus (title designer)
1960 The Facts of Life (title designer)
1960 Spartacus (design consultant)
1960 Ocean's Eleven (title designer)
1960 Psycho (pictorial consultant, title designer)
1959 North by Northwest (title designer)
1959 Anatomy of a Murder (title designer)
1958 The Big Country (title designer)
1958 Vertigo (title designer)
1958 Bonjour tristesse (title designer)
1958 Cowboy (title designer)
1957 The Pride and the Passion (title designer)
1957 Saint Joan (title designer)
1957 The Young Stranger (title designer)
1957 Edge of the City (title designer)
1956 Around the World in Eighty Days (title designer)
1956 Attack (title designer - uncredited)
1956 Storm Center (title designer)
1956 Johnny Concho (title designer)
1956 Trapeze (title designer - uncredited)
1955 The Man with the Golden Arm (title designer)
1955 The Big Knife (title designer)
1955 The Night of the Hunter (publicist - uncredited)
1955 The Shrike (title designer)
1955 The Seven Year Itch (title designer)
1955 The Racers (title designer)
1954 Carmen Jones (title designer)

KYLE COOPER filmography:

2011 The Factory (title sequence: creative director)
2011 Final Destination 5 (title sequence: designer and second unit director)
2011 Arthur (title sequence: executive producer)
2011 I Am Number Four (title sequence: executive producer)
2011 Rango (title sequence: executive producer)
2010 The Walking Dead (TV series) (title designer - 6 episodes)
– TS-19 (2010) (title designer)
– Wildfire (2010) (title designer)
– Vatos (2010) (title designer)
– Tell It to the Frogs (2010) (title designer)
– Guts (2010) (title designer)
See all 6 episodes »
2010 TRON: Legacy (title sequence: executive producer)
2010 London Boulevard (title sequence: executive producer)
2010 Due Date (title sequence: executive producer)
2010 Masterpiece Mystery (TV series) (series open design - 1 episode)
– Wallander, Series II: Faceless Killers (2010) (series open design)
2010 Charlie St. Cloud (title sequence: executive producer)
2010 The Karate Kid (title sequence: creative director)
2010 Robin Hood (title sequence: executive producer)
2010 Iron Man 2 (title sequence: executive producer)
2010/I The Losers (title sequence: creative director)
2010 The Book of Eli (title sequence: executive producer)
2009/I Old Dogs (title sequence: executive producer)
2009 Ninja Assassin (title sequence: creative director)
2009 Whiteout (title sequence: executive producer)
2009 Fast & Furious (title sequence: executive producer)
2009 17 Again (title sequence: executive producer)
2009 Dragonball: Evolution (title sequence: creative director)
2008 Valkyrie (title sequence: designer)
2008 Seven Pounds (title sequence: creative director)
2008 RocknRolla (titles executive producer: Prologue Films)
2008 Tropic Thunder (titles produced and designed by: main & end titles: Prologue Films)
2008 The Incredible Hulk (title sequence: designer and live action director)
2008 Speed Racer (title sequence: creative director)
2008/I Deception (title sequence: creative director - uncredited)
2008 Iron Man (title sequence: executive producer)
2008 Standard Operating Procedure (documentary) (title sequence: designer)
2008 Henry Poole Is Here (title sequence: designer)
2008 The Great Buck Howard (title designer)
2007 Fred Claus (title sequence: executive producer)
2007 Married Life (executive producer: titles, Prologue)
2007 Across the Universe (title designer)
2007/I The Invasion (title sequence: executive producer)
2007 Spider-Man 3 (title designer: main and end titles)
2007 Blades of Glory (creative supervisor: titles, Prologue)
2007 The Reaping (title sequence: executive producer)
2007 Inside American Jail (TV series) (title sequence: executive producer - 1 episode)
– Episode #1.15 (2007) (title sequence: executive producer)
2007 Bridge to Terabithia (title designer)
2007 The Unforeseen (documentary) (title designer)
2006 The Painted Veil (main title designer and producer: Prologue)
2006 Scarface: The World Is Yours (Video Game) (main title sequence: designer and second unit director)
2006 Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King (TV mini-series) (title sequence: designer and second unit director - 7 episodes, 2006) (title sequence: designer and live action director - 1 episode, 2006)
– Autopsy Room Four (2006) (title sequence: designer and second unit director)
– You Know They Got a Hell of a Band (2006) (title sequence: designer and second unit director)
– The Fifth Quarter (2006) (title sequence: designer and second unit director)
– The Road Virus Heads North (2006) (title sequence: designer and second unit director)
– The End of the Whole Mess (2006) (title sequence: designer and second unit director)
See all 8 episodes »
2006 Superman Returns (title designer: main title sequence)
2006 Avenger (TV movie) (title sequence: executive producer)
2006 Freedomland (title designer)
2006 The New Medicine (TV documentary) (title sequence: creative director)
2005 The New World (title designer: main and end titles)
2005 Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence (Video Game) (title designer: main titles)
2005 Zathura: A Space Adventure (title designer: main titles, Prologue)
2005 Bewitched (title designer: main and end titles, Prologue)
2005 Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (title sequence: executive producer)
2005 House of Wax (title sequence: executive producer)
2004 Godzilla: Final Wars (title producer: main title sequence)
2004 Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (Video Game) (title designer: main titles)
2004 The Forgotten (title designer: main titles)
2004 Wimbledon (title designer: main title sequence)
2004 Peter Jennings Reporting: LAPD (TV documentary) (title designer)
2004 Spider-Man 2 (title designer)
2004 Dawn of the Dead (title designer)
2004 The 76th Annual Academy Awards (TV special) (creative director)
2004 EuroTrip (title sequence: designer)
2003 Identity (title designer)
2002-2003 Robbery Homicide Division (TV series) (executive producer: main title sequence - 13 episodes)
– Absolute Perfection (2003) (executive producer: main title sequence)
– Vamonos Chica (2003) (executive producer: main title sequence)
– Hellbound Train (2003) (executive producer: main title sequence)
– Had (2002) (executive producer: main title sequence)
– Life Is Dust (2002) (executive producer: main title sequence)
See all 13 episodes »
2002-2003 Boomtown (TV series) (title designer - 18 episodes)
– Lost Child (2003) (title designer)
– Blackout (2003) (title designer)
– Fearless (2003) (title designer)
– Storm Watch (2003) (title designer)
– Execution (2003) (title designer)
See all 18 episodes »
2003 Dreamcatcher (title designer: main titles)
2003 Daredevil (executive producer: main title sequence)
2003 Darkness Falls (prologue director, title designer)
2002 Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance (Video Game) (executive producer: main title sequence, title designer)
2002 I Spy (executive producer: main title sequence)
2001-2002 Dinner for Five (TV series) (designer: title sequence - 11 episodes)
– Episode #1.11 (2002) (designer: title sequence)
– Episode #1.9 (2002) (designer: title sequence)
– Episode #1.8 (2002) (designer: title sequence)
– Episode #1.7 (2002) (designer: title sequence)
– Episode #1.6 (2002) (designer: title sequence)
See all 11 episodes »
2002 The Four Feathers (executive producer: main title sequence)
2002 S1m0ne (executive producer: main title sequence)
2002 Stuart Little 2 (executive producer: main title sequence)
2002 Path to War (TV movie) (title designer)
2002 Spider-Man (title designer)
2002 The 74th Annual Academy Awards (TV special) (creative director)
2002 Clockstoppers (executive producer: main title sequence - uncredited)
2001 Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (Video Game) (executive producer: main title sequence, title designer: main title sequence)
2001 The One (title designer: opening prologue, title producer: opening prologue)
2001 Band of Brothers (TV mini-series) (executive producer: main title sequence - 8 episodes)
– Why We Fight (2001) (executive producer: main title sequence)
– The Last Patrol (2001) (executive producer: main title sequence)
– The Breaking Point (2001) (executive producer: main title sequence)
– Bastogne (2001) (executive producer: main title sequence)
– Crossroads (2001) (executive producer: main title sequence)
See all 8 episodes »
2001 Zoolander (title designer)
2001 The Mummy Returns (title designer - uncredited)
2001 Along Came a Spider (co-designer: main title - uncredited)
2000 Proof of Life (executive producer: main title sequence)
2000 Charlie's Angels (executive producer: main title sequence)
2000 Bedazzled (executive producer: main title sequence - uncredited)
2000 The Cell (executive producer: main title sequence - uncredited)
2000 Nurse Betty (executive producer: main title sequence - uncredited)
2000 Reindeer Games (title designer - uncredited)
2000 The Crossing (TV movie) (title designer - uncredited)
1999 Titus (designer: "Penny Arcade Nightmare" sequences)
1999 Anna and the King (executive producer: main title sequence)
1999 Stuart Little (executive producer: main title sequence - uncredited)
1999 The Story of Us (title producer: main title sequence)
1999 Three Kings (title designer - uncredited)
1999 Wild Wild West (title designer: main title sequence)
1999 Pushing Tin (title designer: main titles)
1999 The Mummy (title designer: main and end titles - uncredited)
1999 Arlington Road (title designer: main title sequence)
1999 Forces of Nature (title designer: main title sequence)
1999 8MM (executive producer: main title sequence)
1998 Mighty Joe Young (title designer: main title sequence)
1998 Jack Frost (executive producer: main title sequence - uncredited)
1998 Without Limits (title designer)
1998 The Rat Pack (TV movie) (designer and producer: main title sequence and montages)
1998 The Avengers (title designer: main title sequence - uncredited)
1998 Dead Man on Campus (executive producer: main title sequence)
1998 The Negotiator (title designer: main title sequence - uncredited)
1998 The Mask of Zorro (title designer)
1998 The Horse Whisperer (title designer: main and end titles)
1998 Sphere (title designer - uncredited)
1998 Fallen (title designer)
1997 Mousehunt (title designer - uncredited)
1997 Flubber (title designer)
1997/II Men with Guns (title designer: main title sequence - uncredited)
1997 Mimic (title sequence: designer and second unit director)
1997 Spawn (title designer)
1997 Volcano (title designer - uncredited)
1997 The Practice (TV series) (title designer - 6 episodes)
– Part VI (1997) (title designer)
– Part V (1997) (title designer)
– Part IV (1997) (title designer)
– Trial and Error (1997) (title designer)
– Part I (1997) (title designer)
See all 6 episodes »
1997 Boys Life 2 (title designer - segment "Nunzio's Second Cousin")
1997 Nightwatch (title sequence: designer and second unit director)
1997 Donnie Brasco (title designer: main titles)
1997 Metro (title designer)
1996 Ghosts of Mississippi (title designer)
1996 101 Dalmatians (title designer)
1996 Bogus (title designer)
1996 The Island of Dr. Moreau (title designer)
1996 Gotti (TV movie) (title designer)
1996 The Fan (title designer)
1996 Eraser (title designer: main title, RGA/LA)
1996 Mission: Impossible (title designer: main and end titles)
1996 Twister (title designer)
1996 Celtic Pride (title sequence: designer and second unit director)
1996 The Juror (title designer)
1996 White Squall (title designer)
1995 Nixon (title designer: main and end titles)
1995 The American President (title designer)
1995 Dead Presidents (title designer)
1995 Se7en (title designer)
1995 Braveheart (title designer: R/Greenberg Associates West)
1994 Ri¢hie Ri¢h (title designer)
1994 Immortal Beloved (title designer)
1994 Nunzio's Second Cousin (short) (title designer)
1994 Quiz Show (title designer: end titles - uncredited)
1994 North (title designer: opening credits - uncredited)
1994 Angels in the Outfield (title designer - uncredited)
1994 Wolf (title designer - uncredited)
1994 When a Man Loves a Woman (title designer - uncredited)
1994 The Getaway (title designer - uncredited)
1994 The Life and Times of Charlie Putz (title designer)
1993 The Joy Luck Club (title designer - uncredited)
1993 Rising Sun (title designer - uncredited)
1993 Body Snatchers (title designer - uncredited)
1993 Indecent Proposal (title designer - uncredited)
1993 Homicide: Life on the Street (TV series) (title designer - 9 episodes)
– The Night of the Dead Living (1993) (title designer - uncredited)
– Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (1993) (title designer - uncredited)
– And the Rockets' Dead Glare (1993) (title designer - uncredited)
– Dog and Pony Show (1993) (title designer - uncredited)
– Three Men and Adena (1993) (title designer - uncredited)
See all 9 episodes »
1993 Matinee (title sequence - uncredited)
1992 Used People (title designer - uncredited)
1992 Newsies (title designer - uncredited)
1992 Zebrahead (title designer)
1991 Curly Sue (title designer - uncredited)
1991 Body Parts (title designer - uncredited)
1990 The Bonfire of the Vanities (title designer - uncredited)
1990 Men of Respect (title designer - uncredited)
1990 Bird on a Wire (title designer - uncredited)
1989 She-Devil (title designer - uncredited)
1989 New York Stories (title designer: main titles - segment "Life Lessons" - uncredited)
1988 The Laser Man (title designer)

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