David LaChapelle's "Deluge" series was shot in Hollywood in 2009.  Based on Michelangelo's paintings done for the Sistine Chapel, David reinterpretted the biblical flood narrative making a statement on society's tendency 'toward decadence and decay.'   Deluge depicts men, women and children refugees in the midst of the apocalyptic storm and depicts them in the midst of a materialistic wasteland.

I acted as Assistant and Set Decorator to the Director and Art Director and participated in the construction and decoration of the various scenes.

See the behind-the-scenes making of Deluge here.