VFX supervisor Jeff Baksinski leads the team of artists at Zoic Studios to create effects to fully engulf viewers in a distorted 1960s America, handling extensive environment work and amplification of key action sequences.
CULVER CITY, CA -- Zoic Studios has received a 2016 VFX Emmy nomination, with a nod for “Outstanding Special Visual Effects” for the Amazon Studios’ series The Man in the High Castle. Zoic’s Culver City and New York teams, led by VFX Supervisor Jeff Baksinski, worked closely with director David Semel to create effects that would fully engulf viewers in a distorted 1960s America, imagined as if the Nazis and Japanese had won WWII. The team incorporated period-authentic architectural styles and technology, handling extensive environmental work, replacing anachronistic cars, buildings and signs and amplifying key action sequences.
Source: Zoic Studios