Production designer David Wasco and set decorator Sandy Reynolds-Wasco
have worked on more than 30 films in the past 25 years. The
husband-and-wife team has collaborated with some of the most talented
filmmakers working today, including Quentin Tarantino,
Wes Anderson, David Mamet, and Michael Mann, to create seamless,
life-like sets for their pictures. The duo’s design work on Anderson’s The Royal Tenenbaums was featured in the Smithsonian’s National Design Triennial
in 2003 and Wasco has been nominated for Art Directors Guild’s award
for excellence in production design three times, including a nod for
his work on Mann’s Collateral. With Inglourious Basterds opening in theaters today, the couple shared some of the behind the scenes action of working with QT.
When did you first start working with Quentin Tarantino?
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