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Raymond Cusick
Raymond Cusick
In the DWU
Main jobs: Designer
Stories: see credits section
Main time period active: 1963-1966
Career highlights
Notable non-DWU work: Hugh and I, Z-Cars, The Duchess of Duke Street, Rentaghost
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Raymond Cusick (May 1928-21 February 2013) was a designer for Doctor Who. He notably designed the look of the Daleks.

During the time Cusick was working on Doctor Who, he was developing an interest in photography and brought his camera with him while he was working. During camera rehearsals of all bar one of the stories he worked on, he took a great many behind-the-scenes photographs; the sole exception being The Edge of Destruction.

Cusick's pictures still exist today as a fascinating record of Doctor Who behind the scenes in the 1960s, and have appeared in such publications as Doctor Who Magazine.

A large selection of Cusick's Doctor Who photographs, many of which have never before seen print, can be found in The Raymond P Cusick Signature Collection, published by Telos Publishing Ltd. in 2013.

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