About this webinar
Presented by the winning team from The University of Hertfordshire
Framestore offers students the opportunity to work alongside their teams across all of their sites in London, Montréal and our US offices as part of a summer Internship scheme. During their time with Framestore, Interns are exposed to a wide range of departments across the company. Framestore and Foundry are delighted to host the winning project “Behind The Scenes”, created and presented by a young graduating team of multi award-winning visual effects artists from The University of Hertfordshire.
This webinar will shed some light on Framestore’s Launchpad program, and team Herts will be sharing some of their experiences, trials and tribulations of creating a 30-second CG short in eight weeks. The team will also share some of their key insights into their workflow in Nuke as well as Mari and Maya, and share best practices and advice for any students or artists wondering where to begin.
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3D generalist Patrick specialised in texture/lookdev and environment work on Behind The Scenes, and is currently putting his talents to good use at Freefolk.
Amy has contributed her character and creature animation skills to many award-winning film projects, including Bygone, recent winner of VFX Film of the Year for The Rookies.
With a textiles and fine art background, Emily led the team for Framestore's Launchpad winner Behind The Scenes. She combines artistry and real world experience with rigging and CFX, which she recently did for Film of the Year 'Bygone'.
Henry is Head of Recruitment for Framestore's film team, working to bring the best & brightest VFX talent to work on titles for studios such as Marvel, Disney, Netflix, Amazon & Warner Bros.
Dan is a lighting artist and compositor with a background in photography, real-time rendering and street art. Whilst at university he worked on 4 award-winning shorts, the latest being The Rookies winner, Bygone.
Elliott is a , during his studies he worked on multiple award-winning short films, alongside his BTS teammates, bringing characters to life. In addition to his studies he has worked for ILM, and creature modelling work for Netflix series 'Cursed'.
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