Former ILM and Kerner Optical Staffers Launch 32ten Studios
ABOUT GREG MALONEY:
Prior to co-founding 32TEN Studios, Maloney was a Stereographer and Lead Compositor with Robert Zemeckis’ ImageMovers Digital company. During this time, he was involved with the feature films “Disney’s A Christmas Carol” and “Mars Needs Moms.”
From 1989-2007, Maloney worked in house with ILM as a Compositing Supervisor, and earlier as a CG Supervisor and a Compositor. Among the many ILM projects on which he worked are “Twister,” “Star Wars: Episode 1,” “Men in Black 2,” “The Chronicles of Narnia,” “Transformers,” “Star Trek: First Contact,” “Schindler’s List,” “Jurassic Park,” “Terminator 2: Judgment Day,” “Forrest Gump,” “Planet of the Apes,” and three of the hit “Pirates of the Caribbean” feature films.
ABOUT 32TEN STUDIOS:
Launched in early 2012 by longtime entertainment industry leaders Tim Partridge and Greg Maloney, 32TEN Studios is both a stage rental and practical FX production company located at the historic site of first ILM, and later Kerner Optical. The company provides its services to producers of major motion pictures, independent films, TV programs, commercials, industrials, web content and multi-media projects. www.32ten.com