The Lab Sydney appoints lead VFX artist

Post production company The Lab Sydney has appointed Angus Wilson as VFX supervisor and lead VFX artist.

The announcement:

Visual effects, design and post production company, The Lab Sydney, has appointed Angus Wilson as VFX supervisor and lead VFX artist.

Complementing a strong and dynamic team of visual effects artists, designers and colourists at The Lab Sydney, Executive Producer Alastair Stephen said “We are lucky that an artist of Angus’ calibre and experience has joined the team. He has worked on numerous premier commercial projects throughout his career and brings a wealth of ideas, creativity and inspiration to the company. Angus’ strength is collaborating with directors from pre-production through to post and with his extensive onset supervision and visual effects experience he will add enormous value to our clients’ work.”

Prior to joining The Lab, Wilson was lead VFX artist for over two years at Fuel VFX where he worked on the Leggo’s “Rhapsody in Red” campaign with director Bruce Hunt and the “Measure Up” campaign for the Australian government’s department of health with director, Graeme Burfoot.

Wilson spent five years at Animal Logic as compositing supervisor prior to Fuel and worked on awardwinning commercials including Vodafone “Fold” with director Patrick Hughes; Carlton Brewery’s “Big Ad” and “Sky Troop” campaigns with Paul Middleditch; and notably the Baz Luhrmann directed Chanel No. 5 TVC.

Wilson was based overseas for over six years at UK’s Framestore where he worked on award-winning television series including the BBC’s Walking with Dinosaurs and is a recipient of two Primetime Emmy awards for visual effects.

Source: The Lab Sydney press release


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