LaSalle College Vancouver Alumni Part of Oscar Winning Team
Published by LaSalle College, March 8th, 2018
Congratulations to LCV Alumni, who worked on the Oscar-winning VFX team at Digital Domain for Blade Runner 2049.
That makes six years in a row that LaSalle College Vancouver alumni have contributed to Oscar-winning VFX teams! Our alumni had strong representation at this years Oscars. In fact we had alumni represent on five of the six nominated films including: Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Kong: Skull Island, and Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2.
2018 winner for Best Visual Effects - Blade Runner 2049 Alumni:
Fitra Nagara 3D Modelling for Animation and Games 2010
Irene Co Professional Recording Arts 2009
Nicole Perrier Animation Art and Design 2009
Goby Chou Animation Art and Design 2006 2017 winner for Best Visual Effects - Jungle Book Alumni:
Peter Dudley, Compositor - VFX 2007 2016 winner for Best Visual Effects - Ex Machina Alumni:
Michael Rannalleta, Lead Compositor - VFX 2004 2015 winner for Best Visual Effects - Interstellar Alumni:
Zeljo Barcan, Senior FX Technical Director - VFX 2003 2014 winner for Best Visual Effects - Gravity
Marcus Goodwin, VFX Line Producer – DFV 2003
Dioni Zhong, Pipeline Technical Director – GAD 2003 2013 winner for Best Visual Effects - Life of Pi Alumni:
Martin Halle, Senior FX TD – VFX 2001 (CDIS)
Devan Mussato, Senior Rigger – VFX 2004
Sal Malik, Lighting Technical Director – GAD 2005
Chris Ainsworth, Animator – AAD 2008
Blair Brownlee, Production Coordinator – DFV 2009
Steve Au, Senior FX Technical Director – VFX 2005
Stu MacRae, Senior Compositor – VFX 2002
Goby Chou, FX Technical Director – MAG 2006
Chris Van Dyck, Senior Compositor – VFX 2003
Mitchell Bederman, Music Editor – PRA 2010
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