2014 has been another great year for me. Starting with Ride Along which was the #1 movie in America for three weeks in January and February, followed by my working on four Superbowl commercials, and now the Spring and Summer has been about a few feature films scheduled for release later this year. Here are the trailers for those movies. Read more
Here’s a new project that I did with VFX mega-studio MPC for Nos Energy Drink. My contribution to the project were the morphing and de-aging of the oldest man to the middle-aged guy. More specifically, I de-aged the face and body including wrinkle removal and re-shaping the body and musculature; I added, and subsequently removed, the cataracts in his eyes; and I un-broke the man’s nose. This process required dozens of hours of work to accomplish the final look.
A commercial from the Spring of 2014 introducing the new Nissan Altima and it’s new NASA-inspired zero gravity seats. My colleagues at Framestore and I painstakingly removed some very intricate pulley and harness systems that allowed the floating to look as realistic as possible. It doesn’t hurt that this commercial fell right on the heels of Framestore winning the Best Visual Effects category at this Academy Awards for Gravity, being that the commercial shared a similar feel.
Here is the first of two Gatorade commercials that I worked on in the Spring of 2014. This first iteration features Paul George from the NBA’s Indiana Pacers Read more
This is the first commercial introducing the Fiat 500L, Fiat’s first 4-door vehicle and a larger vehicle than Fiat is so well known for. Such an announcement requires more than your average advertising campaign. Read more
This is an exciting time for me! A movie that I worked on last year, Pacific Rim, is nominated for a VES (Visual Effects Society) award for Best Visual Effects as well as being on the short list of Oscar nominated films in the same category Read more
Write-up coming soon…
Roar, the first single off of Katy’s first album in three years, Prism, and the follow-up to her concert feature film Part of Me and the mega success of Teenage Dream, this video needed to set the tone. With nearly 350 million views on Youtube, this video did just that. Read more
With anticipation looming high for the release of Dr Dre’s followup to The Chronic 2001, Detox, Dre’s team lead off the tail end of 2010 with the release of two new singles meant to tease the announcement of the project. Read more
The Beats by Dre line of headphones is synonymous with pop culture icons across music, sports, and entertainment. Read more