Furious 7

Compositor on a green screen sequence and a full CG shot. With lens flares. :-)
Pixomondo, Stuttgart.

Rettet Raffi

Compositor on a few green screen shots of this German children’s film.
M.A.R.K.13, Stuttgart.

Mazda Atenza PoS Clips

Compositing and some minor vfx work on a number of shots of a full-cg commercial spot.

Image Unit, Shanghai.

Maya the Bee

Compositor on a few sequences of this full cg animated feature.
M.A.R.K.13, Stuttgart.

The Cut

Lead compositor on Fatih Akin’s latest movie. Matte painting inserts, set extensions, stock footage additions and some cg props.
Mackevision, Stuttgart.

Doctor Proctor’s Fart Powder

Senior compositor on a number of shots ranging from simple stock footage additions to full cg creatures and cgfx.
Pixomondo, Stuttgart.

Porsche 918 Spyder Introduction

Lead comp artist on MVS’ part of the unveiling video for Porsche’s new super-car.
Mackevision, Stuttgart.

Undisclosed Car Commercial

Compositing of a couple of shots, replacing a live action stand-in with a full-cg car.
Pixomondo, Stuttgart.

2 Cents: Pixomondo Stuttgart

Update: Pixomondo’s business practices and reputation have changed immensely since I wrote this article. I’ve gladly and happily returned to the studio numerous times since, and there are no money issues anymore. The team is still great, I like working with the supervisors and there are still good projects coming in, although at a bit of a smaller pace and in smaller doses than they used to. All is probably not roses, but the main gripe I used to have – not getting paid for my work – has been a non-issue for quite some time now. So don’t let this ol’ blog put you off. :-)

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