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Joe Saitta

Miami, Florida

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Set design, construction, displays, props for TV, film, video, theater, trade shows in Miami. Drafting, 3d modeling in AutoCAD, Vectorworks, SketchUp. Set Designer Fox Television Series "Rosewood" in Miami. Trade show concept and design of the "Topless in Miami" exhibit for the Miami International Auto Show. IATSE 500 Stagehand on MTV EMA's at Bayfront Park Amphitheater, Miami and LOGO TV NewNowNext, Miami Beach. Extensive graphics experience, proficiency in Photoshop and Illustrator, large format printing and vinyl signage. Scenic painter experienced in faux techniques, murals, signage and aging. Product hero shots, modeling, pyro, mold making and other special effects rigging. Computer hardware, operating systems and network support specialist with CompTIA, Hardware-OS A+ and Network+ Certifications. InfoComm AV Technologist and Project Management Certifications. Sets, props & effects for commercials, table top product work for Pepsi, Planters Peanuts, Hebrew National Hot Dogs and Miller Beer.

I have been in the industry since 1996.

Exibit Design 2012 Miami International Auto Show "Topless in Miami"
Added on 11/28/2012
2012 Miami International Auto Show Miami International Auto Show display exhibit design drawings and 3D renderings by Joe Saitta. I prefer my display designs to be minimalist. I dislike clutter, as I believe it distracts from the purpose of a display, which is to showcase the product, first and foremost. These designs create a pleasing background, with plenty of open floor space. The simple backgrounds are easy to construct, keeping cost low, in order to afford the heavy duty platforms and ramps necessary to display the cars, in the fashion one expects from high-end Detroit auto shows. Topless In Miami has a 50 foot long "causeway", capturing the thrill of driving over open water, one of the coolest things to do with a convertible in Miami. I have provided for vinyl water pattern flooring, to enhance the ambiance around the vehicles. Once again, it is all about the cars. Large screen video displays help create the "Disney" effect of motion, in an otherwise static display.

Credits

Set Designer – Rosewood

March, 2014 — current
Television – Twentieth Century Fox Telelvision

Set Designer – Premier Impacto

January, 2006 — March, 2007
Television – Univision Telelvision

Set Designer – Premios Nuestra

May, 2006 — June, 2006
Live Event – Univision Telelvision

Set Dresser – Pronto

April, 1997 — June, 1997
Feature – Warner

Scenic Painter – Ballers

October, 2015 — November, 2015
Television – HBO

Shop Craftsman – Burn Notice

October, 2012 — November, 2012
Television – USA

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