Years in the making, the principle photography for Star Trek Phase II: Kitumba took place in 2009 in New York. Helmed by Producer James Cawley and the entire Phase II cast and crew, this episode marked a milestone in depth of story, computer generated effects and deep examination of the Klingon world.
Mark Edward Lewis was brought in late November of 2013 to oversee and complete the post production process for the film. Mark’s responsibilities included interfacing with brilliant CG artists Tobias Richter and Pony Horton as well as overseeing the audio mix and sound design elements made by Ralph Miller. Mark’s talents were directly applied to the creative process as the editor, colorist, and he even had some of his music applied to the film.