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February's Sessions featured creative short form productions using NUKE STUDIO with Jordi García, Post23 & Paul Simpson, Realise Studio.
Our NUKE experts Sean Brice (NUKE Product Manager) and Juan Salazar (Creative Specialist) also joined us.
Missed it? Catch up now.
As founder and creative director of Realise, Paul supervises every project the studio takes on. Above all, Paul’s been at the cutting edge of computer generated imagery since ducking out of college to join software pioneers Side Effects in the early nineties. Having cut his teeth at the Academy Award-winning developers, Paul went on to direct music videos for bands like The Prodigy and The Future Sound of London.
With an established reputation for groundbreaking effects and 3D animation, Paul set up Realise in 1998. Paul’s team rapidly made an impact, winning MTV Awards, golds and silvers at the British Television Awards and Creative Circle awards for cutting edge music videos and commercials for clients including Audi, BMW and First Direct.
Jordi’s been in VFX since 2001 when he started working as a CG artist in Barcelona. In 2004 founded his own small VFX house and in 2012 joined forces with 23Lunes to create Post23, an award winning Animation and VFX studio.
In 2012 Post23 started working in collaboration with Digital Domain in the movie "Ender's Game" where he worked as a DFX Supervisor in charge for the "Mind Game" sequence.
Jordi will be talking about a commercial project he worked on for Post23 and their use of NUKE STUDIO in their pipeline from layout to final conforming.
Sean Brice - NUKE Product Manager, The Foundry
Juan Salazar - Creative Specialist, The Foundry
Becks O’Byrne, The Foundry (host)
We hosted the incredible Fred Gambino and Henning Sanden for our most popular Session to date.
Watch the recording to see the artists take us through their Sci-Fi work and we had special extended Q&A Session where we heard from our guests and The Foundry Team compères: Courtney Pryce and Simon Lundberg.
If you missed the last Session of 2014 you can catch up now.
December’s Session was with Timon Relitzki from the legendary German facility Das Werk, plus Daniele Siragusano from Filmlight also joined us to show us their new app - Baselight for NUKE & NUKE STUDIO.
We hosted our fourth Session of the series on Wednesday 26th November with special guests from London based studio Cityscape.
Joel Azopardi, CGI director & senior MODO artist, & Damian Fennell, creative director, shared their work on a regeneration project in South London, which used both MODO and NUKE.
After a short break for our huge NUKE 9 event, we hosted the third in the series of The Foundry Sessions on Thursday 30th October.
This Session focused on MODO in Marketing & Advertising Diego Maricato, Founder of Calibre Studio São Paulo and Rubén Martinez Lopez a Spanish 3D creative based in Vietnam.
We hosted the second in the series of The Foundry Sessions on Thursday 24th July, broadcasting LIVE from our London HQ.
This Session focused on MODO in VFX with Robin Konieczny from the world famous VFX house Double Negative and Tommie Kidjemet from Niceberg Studios in Belgium.
We launched The Foundry Sessions with our first LIVE transmission focusing on the COLLECTIVES from our London HQ on Thursday 19th June.
It was a one hour digital broadcast and included a live Q&A with questions coming through on Twitter to #TFsessions.
Check out our recording of the event if you missed it live!