January 19, 2012: Ah, this takes me back!
January 19, 2013 by Joseph Mallozzi
One of the great things about obsessively photographing everything you do – besides annoying the occasional co-worker – is that it gives you a visual catalogue of your life. Sure, you can rely on your memory but, if you’re like me and have trouble remembering what you had for dinner last night, nothing triggers some good old fashioned reminiscing like a bunch of photos you can’t recall taking. Like the following I came across last night while going through some old hard drives…
First up on the block, this remote data-gathering device.
Sure, it’s fashionable – but I’m not quite sure how this Jaffa managed any sort of stealth operation wearing these things.
Although, to be fair, they are quite stylish.
They also the command respect of your peers. You automatically look authoritative in one.
Okay, I take it back. They ARE quite comfy for exercising or just hanging around doing chores.
I was the envy of my co-workers. Look at Director of Photography Jim Menard, positively green with envy.
All too often during those final two years of Atlantis, there were times when people would mistake me for the homeless man who used to sneak onto set and sleep in the puddle jumper. And so, I decided to remind people I was the Show Runner by dressing the part.
Here I am, on the go, in my Atlantis Show Runner uniform.
The uniform was not only stylish but also gave me a rich sense of empowerment. Here I belittle former Script Coordinator Alex Levine for HIS fashion choice. It’s either short sleeves or long sleeves. You can’t have both!
Later, I mete out my own brand of justice for his failure to collate by goldenrod pages.
Yep. Good times!
[Photos compliments of Lawren Bancroft-Wilson]