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For the 4th years of The Art of VFX, I decided to offer you new content and mostly editorial contents. This first article "Look back on 2013 and the expectations for 2014" is the first step. I hope you will find it interesting.
John "DJ" Desjardin began his career in visual effects 20 years ago. He worked on projects like TIMECOP, BROKEN ARROW, RELIC or MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE II. He becomes Production VFX Supervisor on the two MATRIX sequels. Then he took care of the VFX for films such as like FANTASTIC FOUR, X-MEN: THE LAST STAND or THE KINGDOM. MAN OF STEEL is his third collaboration with director Zack Snyder.
Two years ago, Matt Johnson had told us about the work of Cinesite on X-MEN FIRST CLASS. To talk about WORLD WAR Z, he is accompanied with Anthony Zwartouw (CG Supervisor) and Thomas Dyg (Environment Supervisor).
During his last visit here, Bryan Grill had explained to us the work of Scanline VFX on HEREAFTER. He then worked on GULLIVER'S TRAVELS and THE AVENGERS.
Simon Stanley-Clamp explained the Cinesite's work on PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: ON STRANGER TIDES on his last visit to The Art of VFX. He then worked on JOHN CARTER and today he explains his work on IRON MAN 3.
After beginning his career in traditional animation, Joe Farrell goes digital on TV series such as STARGATE SG-1 or JEREMIAH. Few years later, he joined Digital Domain and worked on films such as I, ROBOT, FLAGS OF OUR FATHERS, TRANSFORMERS or 2012. In 2010, he moved to Scanline VFX to work on HEREAFTER and then on IMMORTALS and BATTLESHIP.
Pete Dionne has been working in the visual effects for over 16 years. He took care of the effects of many films such as THE LONE RANGER, ELYSIUM, 300: RISE OF AN EMPIRE or THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2. As a VFX Supervisor, he worked on GOOSEBUMPS and then PASSENGERS.
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