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Iron Man
Iron Man Visual Effects
(2008)
Planet Terror
Planet Terror Visual Effects
(2007)

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 2008 Iron Man (visual effects editor: The Orphanage)
 2007 Planet Terror (visual effects editor: The Orphanage)
 2007 Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (visual effects editor: The Orphanage)
 2007 In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale (visual effects editor: The Orphanage - uncredited)
 2007 Grindhouse (visual effects editor: The Orphanage)
 2006 Superman Returns (visual effects editor: The Orphanage - uncredited)
 2005 The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3-D (visual effects editor: The Orphanage)
 2005 Sin City (visual effects editor: The Orphanage)
 2003 Jeepers Creepers II (editorial supervisor)
 2003 Spy Kids 3: Game Over (post production supervisor: The Orphanage)
 2002 Ying xiong (visual effects editor: The Orphanage)
 2002 Path to War (TV Movie) (visual effects editor: The Orphanage)
 2002 Superfire (TV Movie) (visual effects editor: The Orphanage)
 1999 Galaxy Quest (editorial technical assistant: ILM)
 1999 Magnolia (technical support: ILM)
 1999 The Green Mile (editorial technical assistant - uncredited)
 1999 Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (visual effects editorial staff: ILM - as Ian Mccamey)
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