- Avengers: Age of Ultron
- Bridge of Spies
- Ex Machina
- Furious 7
- The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2
- In the Heart of the Sea
- Jupiter Ascending
- Jurassic World
- Mad Max: Fury Road
- The Martian
- Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation
- The Revenant
- Star Wars: The Force Awakens
- Terminator Genisys
- The Walk
This year, the short list for movies that could win the Oscar for "Best Visual Effects" was expanded to include twenty films. They are:
At the end of last year, I worked on several commercials at Proof, inc. Two of these commercials, one for TurboTax and one for Pepsi, aired on television yesterday during the Super Bowl. A new trailer for the upcoming Furious 7 feature film aired as well, which contained shots I did previs and techvis for back in 2013.
TurboTax: "Boston Tea Party"
I did previs for the first few shots of the Sons of Liberty storming the HMS Surprise (one of the replica ships in the collection of the Maritime Museum of San Diego), and modeled previs characters for the other sequences. Read more on this here.
Pepsi: "Halftime Touches Down"
Continuing with their recurring U.F.O. theme that they've done for decades, Pepsi's halftime commercial featured previs by our Proof, inc. team. The segment I previsualized involved teenagers playing music in their garage with a nearby dog. Read more on this here.
Furious 7 Movie Trailer
Coming to theaters April 3, Furious 7 has a new movie trailer to get people excited about the upcoming film. I helped previs and techvis the sequence of a Lykan Hypersport crashing through the Etihad Towers in Abu Dhabi, and did previs for the cargo drop skydiving sequence. Read more on this here.
After an emotional roller-coaster of filmmaking, the trailer for the new Fast & Furious movie is here. Entitled 'Furious 7,' the movie will have daring stunts and more of the high-stakes action fans of the franchise expect. Working on it was a fun challenge, and I'm happy with how our previs looks to have transitioned to the final photography.
Here is the official trailer. It starts off with our cargo drop sequence and transitions into the bus rescue. These were the first sequences I worked on when I started on the project last year. I hope the fans enjoy it.
I am a visualization artist and supervisor with sixteen years of experience crafting powerful, cinematic moments for the entertainment industry, including clients such as Marvel Studios, 20th Century Fox, Universal Studios, and Rockstar Games. I am based in Los Angeles, California and make visual art in my spare time.