With a career spanning more than 20 years, Gruff Owen has an impressive and extensive portfolio of VFX work for movies and TV.
Over the last decade, he has collaborated with many highly acclaimed directors. As Compositing Sequence Supervisor, he collaborated with director Christopher Nolan on the 2008 Batman sequel ‘The Dark Knight’. In 2011, he was 2D Supervisor on Terrence Malik’s ‘Tree of Life’ and he worked with Ridley Scott on ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’, released in 2014.
Prior to this, he was DFX Supervisor on ‘Mission: Impossible - Fallout’, Global Compositing Supervisor on ‘Pacific Rim Uprising’, both released in 2018, and Compositing Supervisor on Marvel Studios' ‘Ant-Man’, released in 2017.
This session has been pre-recorded.