Neville Page is one of the few behind-the-scenes talents who has made the leap from the recent Star Trek features to Star Trek: Discovery. Page is a master creature and concept designer who plied his craft on Star Trek (2009) and Star Trek Into Darkness, as well as, to a lesser extent, Star Trek Beyond. His long list of non-Trek projects includes such films as Planet of the Apes (Tim Burton version), Minority Report, Cloverfield, Avatar, Tron: Legacy, Super 8, Prometheus and Oblivion, as well as the television shows Terra Nova and Falling Skies. When the pieces of Discovery started to fall into place, executive producer Alex Kurtzman brought Page in for meetings with creator and then-showrunner Bryan Fuller, and that led to Page joining forces with Glenn Hetrick and Hetrick’s Alchemy Studios, to create the Klingons. And that, in turn, paved the way to additional work on the show, as Page helped design/craft the Klingon props, then many other elements for Discovery, including the look of Saru (Doug Jones), the Klingon Torchbearer and masks, and more.