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Sandra L. "Sandy" Veneziano is a set designer, art director, and production designer who worked as assistant art director on Star Trek V: The Final Frontier and as art director on several episodes of the first season of Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek Generations. Her name appeared on a dedication plaque of the USS Enterprise-B in Generations. On the few episodes she did not work on TNG's first season, assistant art director Gregory Pickrell took over for her.

Veneziano worked as set designer on the comedy Stripes (1981), the comedy Lookin' To Get Out (1982), the drama Six Weeks (1982), and the drama Terms of Endearment (1983, art direction by Harold Michelson). As art director, Veneziano worked beside her Star Trek credits on the comedy Outrageous Fortune (1987) and the drama Dead Poets Society (1989, with assistant art director Louis M. Mann). In addition, she was the assistant art director on the television mini series North and South, Book II in 1986 which also featured Kirstie Alley, Jonathan Frakes, James Read, Mary Crosby, Kate McNeil, Jim Metzler, Jean Simmons, David Ogden Stiers, Anthony Zerbe, William Schallert, Kurtwood Smith, costume design by Robert Fletcher, and hair stylist Yolanda Toussieng.

As production designer, Veneziano worked on the action film An Eye for an Eye (1981), the crime drama One Good Cop (1991), the comedy Father of the Bride (1991), the comedy sequel Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992), the crime comedy Fatal Instinct (1993), the comedy Bushwhacked (1995), the comedy That Old Feeling (1997), the television science fiction film The Warlord: Battle for the Galaxy (1998, costume design by Deborah Everton), the science fiction comedy My Favorite Martian (1999, starring Christopher Lloyd), the television series Opposite Sex (2000), Gilmore Girls (2000-2001), 10-8: Officers on Duty (2003), and Line of Fire (2003), the television western The Lone Ranger (2003), the crime series Wanted (2005), the short drama Vipers in the Grass (2010), on which she also worked as producer, and the drama Blood Done Sign My Name (2010, with lead set designer Nancy Mickelberry).

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