Callosum Studios owner and special makeup effects artist Jason Baker has worked with WWE since WrestleMania 30 when he created the crown for Triple H.
He is most notably linked to Bray Wyatt as the two worked on multiple projects and effects together.
Speaking on the Gimme A Hull Yeah podcast, Baker explained how much freedom he has when it comes to working with WWE.
"WWE did give Bray and I a lot of creative freedom but also, a lot of times, everything had to be approved. There were little tweaks and changes and things like that. At the end of the day, whoever is footing the bill is the one who gets (final say). If we're working for WWE and creating a mask for them, it's safety first. The big thing we have to do it make sure that it's comfortable, durable, and they can see out of it. If they can't see, they can miss a move and it can end badly where they hurt themselves, someone else, or worse. They are professionals at what they do and they do high-risk maneuvers. I would hate to be that person where 'I couldn't see what I was doing and now I'm paralyzed because you didn't do your job right,'" he said.
When asked who he enjoyed working with the most, Baker replied, "Everybody I've worked with at WWE has been amazing. Triple H, Rowan, Bray, even the RETRIBUTION guys were really cool. I got to do a lot of stuff with Brodie Lee. Kalisto. I think Triple H's gold crown at WrestleMania 30 always stands out because it was the first thing I did with WWE and Tom [Savini].
Baker also noted that he will put many of his costumes through the "Triple H test" as Triple H would like to throw and break the creations and if they could survive that test, they would be good to go.
Baker recently revealed that he and Bray Wyatt are starting a film at the end of November. You can find his full comments by clicking here.
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