Fabricating for the Movies:
In 1998, Terry received a call from Trevor Huyes, who worked for William F. White, International, Canada’s oldest and largest rental provider of professional motion picture, television, digital media and theatrical production equipment. He asked Wolfe Worx to fabricate and weld aluminum test equipment for their Toronto office. This call led to ongoing work with Whites, fabricating camera handles, explosion proof boxes, machining and engraving focal rings for camera lenses when HD started, camera fixtures, gimbal heads, and rigging. Wolfe Worx has also worked on the sets of several motion pictures such as “Honey I Shrunk The Kids”, “The Matrix”, “Ice Princess”, “Tuxedo” (Jackie Chan), “Driven” (Sylvester Stallone), “K19” (Harrison Ford) and “How To Loose a Guy in Ten Days” (Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey).
To the left is a photo gallery showing Wolfe Worx latest custom project. This project for the new Whites Camera department at William F. White’s office in Toronto, was to make custom camera test lanes, mainly out of 6061-T6 aluminum. These test lanes are used to set the movie camera’s focus for various distances during film production. Below is the advertisement that White’s ran in the January 2017 issue of Canadian Cinematographer Magazine promoting their new Camera Testing Lanes.
Fabricating for Live Shows:
Terry has also worked on two Rolling Stones tours, “Voodoo Lounge” and “Bridges Over Babylon”, fabricating rigging and microphone mounts for Mick.