Adam Eisman has been making things professionally since 1991. He has been an IATSE prop-maker, gang boss, and construction foreman for film and television, building and managing the construction of sets, set-pieces, and various objects in over twenty-five productions, including: The Ballad of Buster Scruggs; Independence Day: Resurgence; El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie; Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials; Better Call Saul; The Michael J. Fox Show; and, in the legendary Stiegelbauer Scenic Shop in Brooklyn, Saturday Night Live. He also previously owned and operated a design and fabrication business, collaborating with architects, designers, artisans, builders, and private clients, offering works in wood, wood and metal veneers, aluminum, steel, 3form, and other materials. Originally from New York, Adam now lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico with his wife, Michelle, and their dog, Sally. Adam’s son, Ben, also an IATSE member, works in film as well.
Kirk LeBlanc has been working in the film and theater industries for the past 20 years. He has been an IATSE painter, prop-maker, grip and electrician on film productions, and has worked at the Santa Fe Opera as the Properties Paint Charge and builder and foam sculptor for specialty projects. Kirk has taught in the Performing Arts Department at the College of Santa Fe, and has worked in Los Angeles as a painter and fabricator for several scene shops and prop shops including Cinnabar, Isolated Ground, Lexington Scenery, Tribal Scenery, Jet Sets, Global Effects and others. Kirk also worked freelance as a scenic artist on several music videos for Maroon5, Nelly Furtado, Aaron Carter, the Bangles, and Robbie Williams, and as a leadman for low-budget projects, including “The LA Riot Spectacular” and “Meet My Folks.” Originally from Louisiana, Kirk now lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico with his wife, Sarah, and their children, Brynn and Cole.