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InConJunction Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention

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Indianapolis Marriott East

July 6 - 8, 2012

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Mike Moore

Guest of Honor

SFX Props Master

Mike Moore;

Mike Moore started his professional life like most of us... but there was a difference. Mike's first job was making props and sets for the first Universal Studios tour. Even though he went on to mundane jobs in retail sales and other areas, this first taste of prop making started it all for Mike. He finished his education at Cerritos College in Norwalk, Calif. and began working in the aerospace industry. To enhance his skills for this job he became certified in plastic technology.

Mike has worked on many movies since then such as The Abyss, Addams Family, Batman 3, The Hunt for Red October, Pulp Fiction, Inspector Gadget and many more. Mike will have 18 years invested in creating props for the Star Trek universe.

Mike and HMS Productions have done other television shows as well, for example, Babylon 5, Captain Power, Dark Shadows (1980), Lois and Clark, 3rd Rock from the Sun, and many more. HMS has also worked for the Las Vegas "The Star Trek Experience", the Traveling Star Trek Museums, Paramount Parks Displays, Universal Tours, Edinburgh Star Trek Museum, and the Canadian Star Trek Museum.

Another area they have gotten into is prototyping for Mattel, Playmates Toys, All-American Casting, Icons Authentic Replicas, and Master Replicas.

Overall, Mike Moore and HMS Productions have had a great impact on the science fiction movies and TV we see and love.

For additional information, please refer to Mike Moore's Web Page.

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