Dan Lanigan is the president of Cinema Relics and the driving force in the development and production of current and future projects. His diverse background includes: business, marketing, reality television, and commercial and sports photography. An avid prop collector and film archeologist, he can now be seen sharing his passion for film history as the host and executive producer of Prop Culture on Disney+.
Jason Henry is an Emmy Award-winning producer of unscripted television who develops and produces projects with Cinema Relics. He has worked on such projects as Rooster & Butch, Fear Factor, Wipeout, and Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, for which he won a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Reality Program. Most recently, he co-created and executive produced Prop Culture on Disney+.
Caleb Stenzinger is a writer and archivist. When he’s not helping the team develop film and television projects, he takes care of the Cinema Relics collection, which is home to thousands of collectible prop and costume pieces from many of the greatest films and television series ever made, including Blade Runner, Star Trek, and the Indiana Jones series.
Martin Meunier has a long history of working in the film industry including such films as: Coraline, James and the Giant Peach, Starship Troopers, Monkeybone, The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou, and Moongirl. For his work on Coraline, the Academy honored him with a Scientific and Engineering Award for pioneering the use of rapid prototyping for character animation in stop-motion film production.