- Meeting William Burroughs while making “Naked Lunch” was one of the high points of my career. I was intimidated by the magnitude of his intellect but he was gracious and loved director David Cronenberg’s vision of his iconic book.
- Clive Barker is one of the funniest and smartest individuals I have ever known. Making “The Nightbreed” with him and the team at Pinewood Studios in the UK was a delightful and unique experience.
- Taking a break with the amazing and talented young actors of “ Romeo & Juliet”.
- I was my great good fortune to work with Pete Postlethwaite in “Romeo & Juliet” , “Between Strangers” and his one man stage show, “Scaramouche Jones”. His loss continues to be felt deeply, not only as a friend but one of the greatest actors of our generation.
- Shakespeare’s Romeo was Leodardo di Caprio’s breakout role leading to “Titanic”. His talent was so easy and natural that it was evident to all who worked with him that he would become a huge star.
- We filmed Warner Bros.’ “The Amazing Panda Adventure” in the Wolong Nature Reserve in Sichuan, China. This young panda enjoyed all the attention.
- It was a complete pleasure to work with Edoardo Ponti on “Between Strangers.”
- Malcolm McDowell is not only a devastatingly talented actor but a wonderful person.
- On set of Between Strangers” with Gerard Depardieu, Sophia Loren and Edoardo Ponti.
- Ian McDougall was a class act all the way. A great line producer who was loved by all. His sudden loss was devastating to all worked with him and he is still missed.
- A Birthday celebration in my office during the filming of “Tideland.”
- Director Rob Stefaniuk and his vampire band in “Suck”
- On location with Robin Crumley while filming Vincenzo Natali’s documentary “Getting Gilliam.
- I feel privileged to have observed the artist relationship between Jeremy Irons and David Cronenberg in "Dead Ringer's" and "M Butterfly”. Here Jeremy and I attend a government function while filming the opera and courtroom scenes for "M Butterfly” in Budapest, Hungry.
- John Lone transformed into Song Liling in “M Butterfly” through the talented hands of Italian Hair Designer, Aldo Signoretti and French Make-up Artist, Suzanne Benoit.
- Baz Luhrmann preparing the iconic ballroom scene in ”Romeo & Juliet” where the star-crossed lovers first meet.
- Some of the captivating Vampires from Robert Stefaniuk’s “Suck.”
With director, Jerry Ciccoritti, on the set of the mini-series, “Lives of the Saints”
starring, Sophia Loren, Kris Kristofferson, Jessica Paré, Fab Filippo, Sabrina Ferilli, and
The fabulous vampire costumes for “SUCK” were designed by the deeply talented
Montreal designer, Mario Davignon.
On location in Saskatchewan with Producer, Jeremy Thomas, and director Vincenzo Natali while
Vincenzo was making his documentary, “Getting Gilliam”, on Terry Gilliam, while Terry was directing “Tideland.”
- With mugwump, one of the creature stars of “Naked Lunch.”