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Ant-Man Visual Effects
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Avengers: Age of Ultron Visual Effects
13 Hours
13 Hours Visual Effects


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 2017 Carne y Arena (Short) (technical support)
 2016/I Silence (technical support)
 2016 13 Hours (technical support)
 2015 Ant-Man (technical support - as Carol Payne)
 2015 Avengers: Age of Ultron (technical support - as Carol Payne)
 2015 Agent Carter (TV Series) (technical support - 8 episodes)
- Valediction (2015) ... (technical support - as Carol Payne)
- SNAFU (2015) ... (technical support - as Carol Payne)
- A Sin to Err (2015) ... (technical support - as Carol Payne)
- The Iron Ceiling (2015) ... (technical support - as Carol Payne)
- The Blitzkrieg Button (2015) ... (technical support - as Carol Payne)
 2015 Strange Magic (technical support - as Carol Payne)
 2014/I Unbroken (production support - as Carol Payne)
 2014 Captain America: The Winter Soldier (technical support - uncredited)
 2013 The Smurfs 2 (visual effects coordinator - as Carol Payne)
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 2013 [In]Conspicuous (Short) (set photographer - as Carol Payne)
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 2013 Miss Barb (Short) (as Carol Payne)
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 2013 Larson's Field (Short) (digital imaging technician - as Carol Payne)

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