Do You Want Growth Hacking? Attend free ‘Nuke Skill Up Seminar’ by Artists of Dneg, ILM and Bluebolt Studios

Visual Effects industry experts panel will conduct Foundry ‘Nuke Skill Up seminar’.

nuke skill up seminar

Foundry Nuke is getting integrated in post production pipeline of various small scale to high-end VFX studios. Nuke is continuously coming up with cutting edge technology tools to successfully complete most complex scenes, without changing the platform. With support of native Particle system and robust 3D tools, Nuke has become preferred choice for vast number of post production studios.

And here comes the latest ‘Nuke Skill Up seminar’ to add the fuel.

Either you are a new bee or already a professional VFX artist, this event will upgrade your technical knowledge. The sessions of the seminar are designed to increase your Nuke skills and understand its vast gamut of operations. Various leading industry experts will discuss the subject in detailed manner. More details are as follows.

Event: Nuke Skill Up seminar

Date: 27th June, Wednesday, 2018

Time: 7 pm to 10.30 BST

Venue: The May Fair, Stratton Street, London, W1J 8LT, United Kingdom.  View Map

Cost: Free seminar

Schedule:

  • 6:45 – 7:00 pm: Doors open for registration
  • 7:00 pm: Event begins
  • 8:45 pm: Presentation end, followed by networking and drinks
  • 10:30 pm: Event ends

Speakers: 

  • Dave Bannister (Head of 2D, DNEG TV London)
  • Suzanne Jandu (Lead Compositor, ILM)
  • Victor Wade (Global Head Trainer, DNEG)
  • Josh Parks (Compositor, Bluebolt)

Dave will speak on the topic of road-map of Compositor and how you can achieve it. He achieved his vast experience and exposure on TV series and blockbuster Hollywood movies by the same techniques. Later on Suzanne, Victor and Josh will join Dave in the discussion panel. These industry experts will share their opinions and ideas on the topic of growth hacking in VFX industry, specially focusing on Compositing genre. 

Foundry ‘Nuke Skill Up seminar’ is supported by HP and NVIDIA. Although it is free seminar, seats are limited. Click here to get registered for the event. 

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