Gordon Ramsay’s ’24 Hours to Hell and Back’ on FOX
Doug worked with Gordon Ramsay’s crew as a Design Associate on the 2-hour special GORDON RAMSAY’S 24 HOURS TO HELL AND BACK: SAVE OUR TOWN, helping to rebuild and remodel Ellicott City, Maryland after a series of disastrous floods. Doug worked alongside interior designer Nate Berkus to build and create shadowboxes and displays in the ruins of storefronts that reflected the town’s history and culture as well as painting and finishing work on several of the town’s businesses.
GORDON RAMSAY’S 24 HOURS TO HELL AND BACK: SAVE OUR TOWN takes on its biggest makeover challenge to date, revitalizing three local businesses in Ellicott City, MD, during a special two-hour episode.
Hit by massive floods in 2016 and 2018, Ellicott City struggled to rebuild local businesses after the devastating damage that the disasters caused. The city already has been to hell, and now it’s time for Ramsay and his team of experts to bring it back. Three local businesses will undergo life-changing renovations, culminating in a grand reopening of the town at the end of the makeovers. Ramsay has called in some expert help, including esteemed interior designer Nate Berkus, former Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame baseball player Cal Ripken Jr., former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith and the Maryland National Guard to offer helping hands to the community, ahead of the largest relaunch in the show’s history.