Industry veteran will lead VFX house’s integration of innovative and emerging technologies as key pre-production to final shot service offerings.
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Netflix has shared a breakdown reel from their critically acclaimed magical fantasy series, based on Leigh Bardugo’s bestselling novels, just renewed for a second eight-episode season.
The visual effects studio has opened a new office in NYC’s Financial District; the new digs are part of the company’s global expansion strategy and will accommodate its growing staff.
Award-winning visual effects company creates a mysterious alien ship, its crash wreckage, and a dimensional window, all obviously engineered by beings not of this world, for the new sci-fi mystery series.
In the third and final discussion, VFX supervisors Steve Meyer and Brad Kalinoski share insights into their innovative visual effects work on shows like ‘Criminal Minds’ and ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.’
Leading VFX company continues its expansion efforts with purchase of Australia-based high-end visual effects studio; combined companies will have close to 800 artists in eight locations around the globe.
VFX supervisors Brigitte Bourque and Marshall Krasser share insights into their innovative visual effects work on shows like ‘Upload’ and ‘9-1-1: Lone Star.’
VFX supervisors Ariel Altman and Josh Miyaji share insights into their innovative visual effects work on shows like ‘Mr. Robot,’ ‘Barry,’ and ‘I Know This Much is True.’
Global growth triggers L.A. staffing shift; VP of production, Johnny Fisk, takes new active role in global business development group.
Senior technologist brings vast experience in delivering innovative solutions for theme parks, broadcasting, production, gaming, mobile, and big data analytics in mission-critical environments.
VFX supervisor Laurent Spillemaecker and his Montreal team turned Toronto into early 1960s Dealey Plaza and surroundings with an exacting, detailed set of CG environments, people and digital assets.
Production VFX supervisor Marshall Krasser walks through some of the 1,400 visual effects shots his team produced on Greg Daniel’s new Amazon Original series just released May 1.
After a year of steady growth, visual effects house bolsters its NYC office roster with hiring of two new VFX supervisors.
VFX supervisor John Heller discusses how his FuseFX team delivered over 800 shots of invisible, photorealistic visual effects on the otherworldly Stephen King crime thriller.
Studio’s flagship Los Angeles office has a number of job openings and is currently looking for talent to work on a high-profile episodic TV show and other projects.
Young New Yorkers receive training on state-of-the-art animation software, opening doors to careers in film, gaming, advertising and more. New Animation Industry Council, comprised of professionals from New York-based animation studios, will advise the program.
VFX supervisor Jon Cowley assumes role as Head of Production and Senior VFX Supervisor at FuseFX Vancouver facility, bringing 18 years of visual effects experience to projects that include the television series ‘Zoo’ and ‘The Mist.’
Based in New York, visual effects veterans to oversee work on ‘Bull,’ ‘The Son,’ ‘Sneaky Pete,’ and other TV projects.
Rosa to serve as Head of Production/Senior VFX Supervisor with Lanning serving as Executive Producer.
Two-time Emmy nominee previously served as associate head of production at Zoic Studios; VFX producers Danielle Beemis and Miles DeLong also added to Los Angeles staff.
New mocha planar tracking plugin delivers GPU acceleration and streamlined workflows to OFX hosts including The Foundry’s NUKE and Blackmagic Design’s Fusion.
The 27,000-square-foot state-of-the-art production space features a 4K pipeline and space for 250 artists.