Saker Klippsten has been CTO of Zoic Studios an Emmy Award winning Visual Effects company, for the past 19 years.
Presenters at Chapter Events since 2009. You may type in a name or part of a name to quickly search the list.
Andy Kopra has over twenty-five years of computer graphics production and software development experience, including work at Digital Effects Inc.,
As a design major at UCLA in the 1980's, Michael Kory was first exposed to the field of 3D computer animation, an emerging medium that represented
Shelley Lake received a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1976.
Ed Lantz is an entertainment technology engineer, immersive experience designer and innovator in giant-screen digital cinema and large-scale immers
Steve began at Sony Pictures Imageworks in 1999.
Lazerus Winter is a Grammy-nominated, 12-time multi-gold and platinum award-winning record producer, composer, artist, musician, and mastering/mix
Derek Ledbetter is an artist with more than 13 years of experience working in film and television.
Jackie Lee, Ph.D. is the founder of ScienceVR (sciencevr.com).
Brett Leonard is an award-winning Filmmaker/Futurist with over 25 years of Hollywood experience as a pioneer in both the development and use of new
Art Leonardi, emmy winning animator on Warner Bros., DePatie-Freeling and Jetsons cartoons, among many others, will talk about timing, pacing, anim
Christopher Leslie is the Head of Technology at FuseFX.
Originally from the UK, Marcus moved to Los Angeles to work at POP film in 2000.
Since joining CafeFX in 2003, CG Lead Artist Votch Levi has contributed to over 20 feature films including CHI BI, THE MIST, SIN CITY, MR.
David Levy is a leading international concept artist.
Colin Levy is an award winning director based in Los Angeles.
Quick Introduction of Visualization for architecture and urban construction planning in Shenzhen;
Foreign entrepreneurs in China CG Market: opportunity and strategy to success;
Gawain Liddiard, VFX Supervisor at The Mill, pictured below interacting with Mill Stitch at Google I/O