Inferno artist Jean-Luc Azzis has recently joined Sea Level, a digital effects boutique specializing in visuals for high-end television commercials. His first project with the company involves compositing and visual effects services for a Jeep spot titled, "Red Light, Green Light" out of PentaMark Worldwide, Detroit, and directed by Headquarters' David Cornell. While previously freelancing at Method Studios, Azzis' credits included a series of spots promoting Intel's Pentium III chip featuring performance artists Blue Man Group. Azzis also was on staff at Digital Domain where he contributed to campaigns for Nike, Jeep and Budweiser, among others. He began his career at The Mill, London, where he was a visual effects supervisor for commercials. His credits there included Nike, British Airways, BMW, Motorola and Guinness. He also worked as a visual effects artist on several features including Terry Gilliam's TWELVE MONKEYS and Ridley Scott's GI JANE.