Built for Martin Izquierdo. I'm actually taller, but I didn't want her to look short...
I built these arm mounted wings in 2012 for Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro. My team was Grande Rio!
I designed these wings for the online video game TERA. I love the 'mono wing' and asymmetry.
The Parasols Spin! Mounted with carbon fiber rods to geared DC motors. Executed for Victoria's Secret.
These wings are vacuformed chrome plastic, made for Madonna's Super Bowl Halftime Show, 2012.
These wings were laser cut and lit with LEDs internally. Made for the 2012 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.
I made these wings to resemble ones drawn by Davinci in the 16th Century. Executed for Izquierdo Studio.
The Pinwheels Spin! Executed for the 2012 VSFS.
Executed for Martin Izquierdo Studio, these wings were worn by an acrobatic, flying angel.
I built these wings from Martin Izquierdo's design in 2007 for the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in Los Angeles. She entered the runway with the wings up, and pulled a pin for them to drop open.
Executed for Izquierdo Studio.
Executed for Martin Izquierdo Studio.
Probably the largest wings I've ever built, these proved to be taller then the proscenium!
Designed by Martin Izquierdo and Nik Putvinski, I fabricated the framework for these wings for the VSFS 2006.
Executed for Victoria's Secret's 2012 Fashion show, in collaboration with 'By Barak.'
Fabricated for the 2010 production of Angels in America, these wings were remote actuated to open both vertically and horizontally, and operated for nearly 10 months on stage.
This jewelry like wing connects to the wrist and is fabricated from stainless steel ball bearings. Fabricated for Neu Industries.
This is a concept I mocked up in my studio. Folded feather barbs.
Built for Martin Izquierdo Studio, these wings are one of my all-time favorites! Quilted individual pink feathers.
Built for the 2008 VSFS in Los Angeles.
I built these wings for the 2012 VSFS; the chrome feathers are individually vacu-formed, and the wing is remote controlled to expand downward, revealing 3 individual winglets.
This framework shows the linear actuators and aluminum round stock used to support the chrome wings.
Yee Haw for the VSFS 2012