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Star Trek: Beyond
Star Trek: Beyond Visual Effects
(2016)
Armageddon
Armageddon Visual Effects
(1998)
I, Robot
I, Robot Visual Effects
(2004)
The Matrix Reloaded
The Matrix Reloaded Visual Effects
(2003)

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 2019 Godzilla: King of Monsters (previs designer) (post-production)
 2016 Star Trek: Beyond (digital artist: Kelvin Optical)
 2016 Alice Through the Looking Glass (previsualization lead)
 2016 X-Men: Apocalypse (previz artist)
 2011 Transformers: Dark of the Moon (lighting artist: Digital Domain)
 2007 Ocean's Thirteen (lead development artist: CIS Hollywood)
 2006 We Are Marshall (cg artist: CIS Hollywood - uncredited)
 2005 Æon Flux (look development lead: Relical)
 2004 I, Robot (look development lead: Sonny, Digital Domain)
 2003 The Matrix Revolutions (previs designer)
 2003 The Matrix Reloaded (previs designer)
 2002 Solaris (CG supervisor: Cinesite)
 2002 The Time Machine (CG look development: Cinesite)
 2001 Thir13en Ghosts (3D lighting lead)
 2000 Thirteen Days (digital artist: Cinesite)
 2000 Red Planet (look development lead: A.M.E.E.)
 1999 Double Jeopardy (computer graphics animator: Cinesite)
 1999 Chill Factor (digital effects artist)
 1999 Deep Blue Sea (digital effects artist)
 1999 The 13th Warrior (CG supervisor: Cinesite)
 1999 The Mummy (CG animator: Cinesite)
 1998 Armageddon (CGI animator: Cinesite)
 1996 Eraser (CGI artist: Warner Digital Studios)
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