"Six Ten" Glen
Growing up in Toronto as the son of a builder, Glen’s passion for design began as a teenager while working weekends as his father’s draftsman apprentice. After earning his degree in Marketing and Graphic Design he began his career as an art director at Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising in Rochester, NY, working primarily on print campaigns for Kodak. He then moved to Grey Advertising in Manhattan where he art directed commercials for clients including Canon, M&M/Mars and Hasbro Toys.
In 2004, Glen left advertising and began art directing music videos and commercials. After moving to Los Angeles in 2005 he began production designing and art directing for independent films, commercials and print campaigns. Glen is currently art director on "Girls Code", a Paul Feig pilot for Paramount TV. Previously he was the art director on Netflix's "Best. Worst. Weekend. Ever.", assistant art director for the Seth MacFarlane comedy "The Orville" and set designer for season one of Fox's "Lethal Weapon". As well, Glen was production designer on two feature films that premiered at the 2017 Los Angeles Film Festival: Sun Dogs, directed by actress Jennifer Morrison (ABC's Once Upon a Time), and A Midsummer Night's Dream, by first-time director Casey Wilder Mott.
Glen’s design work can also be seen in print campaigns for some of the world’s leading brands including AT&T, Corona, Fiat, General Mills, Honda, JBL, Samsung, Toyota, Vans and Wells Fargo. While continuing his production design work Glen also spent six years as an on-set Prop Master for such shows as HBO’s Entourage, Fox’s Breaking In, ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars, Showtime’s House of Lies and TNT’s Men of a Certain Age.