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The VFX Artists Podcast, hosted by Kofi Opoku-Ansah and Daniel Mark Miller is the spot for artists to share, learn and discover other artists in the VFX industry. We aim to bring artists from different levels and departments to discuss industry practice, software, processes, journey and more. We are a podcast made by artists for artists.
 
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This week, on The VFX Artists Podcast, my curiosity with how movies are made and brought to life, brought me to a discussion with London based film director, writer and producer Marcus Flemmings. On this episode, I find out about Marcus’ background and journey to becoming a film director, talk about his new film Blonde Purple, out on November 30th,…
 
This week we talk with Christy Anzelmo, Chief Product Officer at Foundry and before that Director of Product for the Nuke family of projects. We take a tour of her career, beginning in the fashion industry before moving in to VFX, her role in leading development on one of the most widely used compositing softwares in the industry, and on the uses o…
 
In this episode, we chat to Floyd Billingy, a U.K. based realtime supervisor and environment artist for the games and VFX industry about his transition into the industry, how he became an environment artist and a realtime supervisor, as well as how black artists perceive and feel about working in the gaming and VFX industry. Floyd's career is colou…
 
This week we meet Christopher Nichols, veteran VFX Supervisor and Director of the Chaos Group Labs. Chris’s career in computer graphics spans over 20 years, beginning in architecture and quickly moving to major motion pictures and later commercials at: Digital Domain, Sony Pictures, Method, Sway Studios and others. As this is Daniel’s first time ho…
 
In this episode, I chat to Simon Legrand, realtime Supervisor at Untold Studios in London about his journey into the VFX industry. During this discussion, Simon shares his unsugarcoated journey and story of the realities of the VFX industry, worth listening to. We talk about some of the pros and cons of working in the VFX industry, and touch on top…
 
In this episode, I have an incredibly detailed chat to the founders of the Black Costume Network, Rianna Charles and Jodie-Simone Howe about how their role as costume designers and makers, work in the film and TV industry. During this discussion, I get to find out about their individual journeys/paths into the industry, discuss the difference betwe…
 
Welcome back to The VFX Artists Podcast! In this episode, I chat to 18 year old VFX enthusiast, inspired and brilliant 3D Generalist Ty Robillard about how be discovered VFX, and how he picked up his multitude of skills at an early age, with more potential to flourish into a fledgling VFX artist. Ty's inspiration for VFX, derived from the beautiful…
 
In this episode, I chat to Paris Marin, a U.K based animator about the differences between Previs, Postvis and finals quality animation. I wanted to discuss and highlight an important department of the VFX industry, which is somewhat rarely understood or known by the broader audience. Paris has been part of teams who have brought us films such as D…
 
Welcome to The VFX Artists Podcast! In this episode, I chat to actress Yolanda Lynes about her involvement in the new Marvel Black Widow movie. I also go on to find out more about where Yolanda's passion for acting came from. Incredible journey for an incredible woman! As always, if you liked this episode, please like, comment, subscribe and share!…
 
Welcome to The VFX Artists Podcast! In this episode, I chat to Rory Bryans, VFX on set supervisor at MPC London about his journey and progression in the industry, which begun at Framestore London, as a receptionist, to becoming an on set supervisor for one of the leading VFX studios worldwide. A great VFX journey not to be missed! As always, if you…
 
Welcome to The VFX Artists Podcast! In this episode, I have Prince Yiadom from Framestore London, to share his journey to becoming a compositor for film. Prince's VFX industry journey begun very early on whilst he was still at University and progressed on to freelancing and eventually settling in with Framestore, beginning with Paint and roto, to p…
 
In this episode, I chat to senior matchmove artist and supervisor Sarah Gatefield about her experience and journey into the VFX industry. A journey which begun as a runner at Framestore London, leading on to freelancing at VFX studios such as MPC, DNEG, Trixter, Method Studios, Prime Focus Film, Pixomondo, Rise and more, on incredible films such as…
 
Lidars, we use them almost everyday in our daily roles as VFX artists, and we miss them when they aren't available for shows, but do we really understand how lidars are captured? In this episode, I chat to Joseph Steel, co-founder of London based Visualskies Studios about his journey to starting his company, and becoming one of the leading provider…
 
In this episode, I chat to David Cheung, a U.K based actor and stunt performer about how he got into acting and stunt performing on movies such as 47 Ronin, 6 Underground, Now You See Me 2, Fast & Furious 6 and more! David shares insights about how his love for martial arts was influenced by his grandfather at a young age, leading him to follow in …
 
In this episode, I chat to Jorundur (Jorri) Rafn Arnarson about his career as one of the leading Icelandic VFX, and on set supervisors for feature films and TV episodics such as 'Game of Thrones', 'Black Mirror', 'Where the wild things are' and more. During the discussion Jorri shared insights of his journey, which begun as a compositor for major L…
 
In this episode, I chat to Vladmir Venkov about his journey to becoming an organic, hard surface, sculpting and texture artist for the London based VFX industry. Vlad goes on to share some insights on what he does to tackle different briefs from varied studios, as well as what he's had to do to become the artist he is. As always, if this episode ha…
 
In this episode, I chat to Ace Ruele, a brilliant actor and motion capture artist to discus more about his journey into becoming one of the go-to creature motion capture artists in the U.K. A journey which started as a back up dancer, to catching his first break as a creature motion capture artist on Warner Brother’s “Legend of Tarzan” feature film…
 
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