BRUCE has many years of production experience as VFX Director and VFX D.P.

He has a painterly eye and a great sense of design.

He is a good team leader and team player and works well with emerging talent.

He is an innovative problem solver, a quick study, and has a great thirst for knowledge and cutting edge technology.

He has an excellent work ethic and superior management skills.

He is proficient in multiple software platforms, including Photoshop, Final Cut Studio, MS Office, Final Draft,.

He has working experience supervising artists using Maya, Mental Ray, Brainstorm, Kuper, Shake, After Effects, Jaleo, Digital Fusion, DaVinci and Inferno.


He can contribute on many different levels on your next VFX Project.


2005-Present

He has worked as developer, producer, pipeline designer and visual effects director for Wainscott Studios, NY developing Virtual Set technology, for shows including “It’s a Big Big World” PBS, “The Book of Pooh” Disney, and “Sizzling Kung Fu Mice,” a pilot for Sony Pictures. His responsibilities included the supervising of all digital set construction, lighting, and rendering. Designing the production pipeline, from digital image capture, positional data capture, to set rendering, effects animation and digital compositing. He was also responsible for editorial, post scheduling and complete show delivery.


1990-2005

Worked as a commercial Director/Cameraman/Visual Effects Supervisor for many different companies creating highly complex and technically challenging spots for Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Visa, General Electric, Fed-Ex, Dupont, Chevrolet, Ford, Toyota, Hyundai, Nissan, Daewoo, Suzuki, Honda, Hitachi, Oroweat, Columbia Tristar, Epcot, Raybestos, Dunlop, Sears, Shell, and National Car Rental.


1970-2000

Worked as a Director of Photography, Visual Effects DP and Visual Effects Director on 2001 A Space Odyssey, Star Wars, Airplane, Star Trek:The Movie, Tron, Firefox to Batman Forever and The Rookie. And music videos for artists Madonna, Prince, R. Kelly, Rod Stewart, Aerosmith and The Go-Gos.


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