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Considering a career as technical director, or just want to find out more? Join four of the industry’s top Nuke TDs as they offer exclusive insight into their role—what it took to get there, challenges they faced along the way, and advice on how to overcome these. Hosted by Christy Anzelmo, Foundry’s Director of Product - Compositing & Finishing, this roundtable will dive into what the daily life of a TD and technical artist looks like, and how they optimize their pipelines to help fulfill their creative vision.
We’ll also be hosting a live Q&A at the end to answer your most burning questions, so make sure you stick around.
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Deke, an industry-leading supervisor with 23 years of experience, has contributed to several blockbusters; most recently "Captain Marvel," "Avengers: Endgame" and "Spider-Man: Homecoming." As an expert in Nuke & Mari and Maya he has helped create a powerful and effective pipeline at Digital Domain.
Nick is the Lead Compositor & Nuke TD at Saddington Baynes where he's worked on brands such as Honda, Gaggenau and Jaguar as well as heading up the auto configurators. With a background in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design, Nick’s love of technology and art led him into the VFX industry.
An advanced Nuke TD, Clementin works with the pipeline team and supervisors building tools for VFX productions at Cinesite Montreal. He is responsible for providing technical support to Nuke artists, ensuring the smooth running of the workflows and developing tools to meet new show requirements.
Method Studios Technical Director Zach Lewis has been an essential contributor to Method’s pipeline for six years. He currently leads the R&D efforts towards the use of machine learning functionality with Foundry’s Nuke and previously assembled Method’s Open Color I/O pipeline.
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