(Boston, Massachusetts--January 7, 2014) Tim Webber, visual effects supervisor for blockbusters including "Avatar," "The Dark Knight" and the recent mega-film "Gravity" joins Ben Consoli on the Go Creative Show to discuss the behind the scenes of "Gravity" and shares his experience creating one of the most technically challenging films in cinema’s history.
About Tim Webber
After joined Visual Effects powerhouse Framestore in 1988, Tim became the driving force behind the Company’s push into Digital Film and Television, developing Framestore’s virtual camera and motion rig systems.
Tim has supervising some of the most technically and artistically challenging projects include, the CG baby in Alfonso Cuarón’s Children of Men
, Two-Face Harvey Dent in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight
, Spike Jonze’s highly original CG characters in Where the Wild Things Are
, James Cameron’s incredible Avatar
, and the Medusa in Louis Leterrier’s Clash of the Titans
He was recently Warner Brothers’ VFX Supervisor on Alfonso Cuarón’s space epic, Gravity
. The groundbreaking techniques involved being wholly realized by Tim and the Framestore team.
About Ben Consoli
With over 10 years experience as a director, DP and editor, Ben Consoli has positioned himself as an expert in the video industry. With his company BC Media Productions
Ben has directed and produced award-winning commercials and brand videos for companies like Nike, Puma, Verizon, Gillette and Pillsbury. Ben also directed a highly-acclaimed commercial for Dragon Naturally Speaking, which aired during the 2010 Super Bowl.
About The Go Creative Show
The Go Creative Show
is a show dedicated to creative professionals in the video, film making, television and music industries. Listened to in over 180 countries around the globe. The podcast combines trending industry news with compelling interviews from the most influential people in visuals arts such as Michael Slovis (DP, Breaking Bad) David Franco (DP, Boardwalk Empire) Paul Maibaum (DP, Sons of Anarchy) and more.