William started off his career 20 years ago in video production creating animation and graphics for his corporate clients. He later expanded his role to producing forensic animations and demonstrative animation for the legal and teaching fields and producing vfx for independent films.
William’s most recent work includes providing visual effects shots for local independent productions such as “The Sound of the Spirit,” “Taylor Made” and “Death’s Door.”
He also provided onset vfx supervision for NatGeo’s “How to survive the end of the world” series which was shot partly at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center in southeast Indiana.
William will be giving a brief overview of Autodesk Maya and discussing how it plays an important role in solving today’s vfx challenges. In addition, William will be available to answer questions from local independent film producers about using vfx in their next project.
- Tuesday, September 30th
- 7:00 pm
- IU Innovation Center, room 105
- 2719 E. 10th Street
- Bloomington, IN 47408