10 months ago, Erik Jensen moved to Vancouver from Spain to pursue a Career in Visual Effects at Lost Boys.
Prior to joining lost Boys, Erik worked in Madrid, Spain as a freelance Sound Mixer, Editor & Recording Mixer. He worked on over 30 productions and had high profile clients like Nike and Adidas.
After doing a 5 week practicum at CVD VFX, Erik was hired as a Compositor to work on episodic television episodes, game trailers and
Check out his Reel @ http://www.etcjensen.com/
Macro photography, digital youthefication, hordes of ants and…Thomas the Tank Engine – these were just some of the visual effects challenges faced by the filmmakers in bringing Marvel’s newest cinematic universe film, Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man, to the screen.
Seth MacFarlane’s 2012 hit Ted resonated highly with film audiences, who not only witnessed a story about a real live – and subversive – teddy bear, but also one that featured a completely computer generated, albeit infused with the often motion captured performance of MacFarlane himself. The CG bear in the first film was realized also thanks to the combined efforts of Tippett Studio and Iloura, overseen by visual effects supervisor Blair Clark. For Ted 2, in which Ted and his new bride Tami-Lynn want to have a baby but must first prove he’s a person, that same visual effects team returned to once again bring the character to life.
10 months ago, Somyoung Kim moved to Vancouver to pursue a Career in Visual Effects at Lost Boys. She is amongst our most recent Graduates from Class 17. She is currently part of Method Studios working on the next big Hollywood Blockbuster. Check out her Reel @ http://www.somyvfx.com/