By: alex
On: July 07, 2014

Nvizible newsletter July 2014

Welcome to the first Nvizible newsletter, a round up of all things Nvizible.

We’re half way 2014 and so far so good.  It’s been all about expansion for us, we started the year with the news that we considerably increased capacity when we took on a whole new floor at our Soho base followed by our announcement of further expansion with the launch of Nvizible Belfast.

As part of this expansion former Head of Production, Kris Wright was promoted to Managing Director with Nic Hatch taking on the role of Chairman.  Nic was the driving force behind the Belfast opening and recognised it as an area of growth in the film industry with a shortage of VFX.  Hatch comments: “We are excited to now have a presence in Belfast.  With the demand for our services growing and by expanding our business we will be able to work more efficiently and continue to create superb VFX that exceed our clients’ expectations.”

Nvizible Belfast is up and running, working on The Secret Service (Marv. Films), a project that is also in house at the London studio.  The facilities will work together with a unified pipeline and given that there isn’t the issue of different time zones, the two locations will run as one. 

Although this expansion is across the board with all operations to increase, the new floor is primarily a virtual production space for both Nvizage, the award winning previsualization division and Ncam, the marker-less tracking system that enables live previsualization of environments, set extensions and CGI elements, directly in-camera whilst shooting.  The floor will also be home to a motion capture area.

In the past year we have doubled in size with recent credits including two critically acclaimed and multi award winning award releases; Gravity (Warner Bros.) and Captain Phillips (Sony Pictures), Muppets Most Wanted (Disney).

Last month we announced that Michelle Martin has joined the team in Soho as Head of Production, TV. Michelle brings with her a wealth of experience and strong reputation in the VFX industry with particular attention to TV projects.

Michelle spent seven years at Lola Post Production working with Grahame Andrew and Rob Harvey as Head of Production. Whilst at Lola Michelle built up a vast and varied credit list on both feature film and television projects including; Clash of the Titans, The Bible and The White Queen.

Managing Director of Nvizible, Kris Wright, says, “We are very happy that Michelle has joined Nvizible, her knowledge and expertise in the TV VFX sector will be invaluable as the company continues to expand to accommodate a growing number of TV projects.”

As Nvizible’s Head of Production TV, Michelle’s particular understanding of TV VFX will be put to excellent use allowing her to carefully select and manage creative talent and organise VFX production teams to meet deadlines.

Over the past 14 years Michelle has worked on a diverse selection of projects within broadcast, feature film and commercials. Having worked with some of the UK's most talented & creative artists, Michelle’s career to date has taken her through a decade that has witnessed extraordinary growth in the UK's reputation and talent base.

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