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Known For

Frozen
Frozen Visual Effects
(2013)
The Nutty Professor
The Nutty Professor Visual Effects
(1996)
Big Hero 6
Big Hero 6 Visual Effects
(2014)
Tangled
Tangled Visual Effects
(2010)

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  Gigantic (director of cinematography: lighting) (announced)
 2017 Olaf's Frozen Adventure (Short) (director of cinematography: lighting)
 2015 Frozen Fever (Short) (director of cinematography - lighting)
 2014 Big Hero 6 (lighting supervisor)
 2013/I Frozen (lighting supervisor)
 2012 Tangled Ever After (Short) (lighting artist)
 2010 Tangled (lighting supervisor)
 2008 Bolt (sequence lead)
 2005 Chicken Little (sequence lead) / (sequence lead: Walt Disney)
 2003 Mickey's PhilharMagic (Short) (senior lighter: Walt Disney)
 2001 The Magic Lamp 3D (Short) (senior lighter: Walt Disney)
 2000 Dinosaur (lighting technical director: Efx: Walt Disney)
 1998 Race for Atlantis (Short) (lighting artist: Rhythm & Hues)
 1998 Star Trek: The Experience - The Klingon Encounter (Short) (lighting artist: Rhythm & Hues)
 1997 Mousehunt (lighter: Rhythm & Hues)
 1996 Kazaam (lighter: Rhythm & Hues)
 1996 The Nutty Professor (CG animator: Rhythm & Hues)
 1995 Babe (technical director: Rhythm & Hues)
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