Yesterday the Art Director’s Guild nominated Scott Chambliss for his work on the 2009 Star Trek movie. Scott has sent us a brief statement about his nomination, plus we share some cool behind the scenes photos of some of the sets from Star Trek.
Chambliss on his nomination
TrekMovie asked Scott Chambliss for his reaction shortly after he learned he was nominated. He said:
It’s an honor that STAR TREK is included among so many impressive and beautiful films nominated for an Art Directors Guild Award this year. On behalf of the entire talented army of art department, set decoration, and property folks who worked diligently on our film, many thanks to the the Guild
Chambliss’ nomination for Star Trek is his first for a feature film, but he was actually nominated four times by the Art Director’s Guild for his work on the TV series Alias (with one win in 2003).
Star Trek production design images
As noted in previous articles, Paramount has been promoting Star Trek as part of their ‘for your consideration campaign’, including the website at paramountguilds.com. The site has a section for each aspect of the Star Trek movie, and the ‘Production Design’ section has a lot of design sketches and behind the scenes photos of sets from the movie.
Here are just a handful of the images
USS Enterprise bridge design sketch
USS Enterprise bridge set
Transporter room design sketch
USS Enterprise transporter room set
Narada bridge design sketch
Narada bridge set
Vulcan Jellyfish cockpit design sketch
Vulcan Jellfyish ship cockpit set
USS Kelvin bridge design sketch
USS Kelvin bridge set
Go to paramountguilds.com to see the full set, and in higher resolution.
If you want even more of the art of Star Trek, then get the book. "Star Trek: The Art of the Film" is available at Amazon.com now.