||Deckard's apartment, drawn by set designer Charles William Breen and built on stage at Warner Bros., was inspired by the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Ennis-Brown House in Los Angeles. Breen actually had plaster casts taken from the textile blocks of the Wright-designed house and used them for the walls in the stage set.
||Is a member of SAG.
||Is an avid fan of Formula One racing
||Decided he wanted to become an architect when he was 11 and began studying architecture at a school for boys when he was 13.
||Member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Art Directors Branch)
||In addition to a background in architecture and interior and graphic design, he has an extensive knowledge of fine art photography.
||Began his career in the motion picture industry at Universal Studios as a set designer at the age of 21 when encouraged to do so by Academy Award winning production designer, John DeCuir.
||Studied architecture and design at Cranbrook in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan while working for the architectural firm, Swanson Associates when he was 20.
||His mentors include Academy Award winning Production Designers Dean Tavoularis, Ken Adam, Stuart Craig, Terence Marsh and Patrizia von Brandenstein.
||Worked with Pipsan Saarinen, sister of architect Eero Saarinen and daughter of Finnish architect Eliel Saarinen, founder of the Cranbrook Academy of Art.