Sean Danischevsky is the guest speaker at our next open day

Sean Danischevsky is the guest speaker at our next open day

Considering a career in VFX? If you’re still undecided, then come along to our next open day on Wednesday 18th September. This is where we discuss the VFX industry and your career prospects as a skilled VFX artists. Next Wednesday we’ll be joined by Sean Danischevsky, a VFX Supervisor who has worked at many of the top VFX companies including Framestore and Method Studios.

In his award-winning career, Sean has supervised on set for films such as "Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang" and "Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian". He most recently worked as a 2D Supervisor with Director Martin McDonagh on the film "Seven Psychopaths", "Cloud Atlas" and "Hunger Games: Catching Fire".

Over the years Sean has recruited a great many Escape graduates. During his presentation Sean will reveal his top tips for getting a foothold in the industry, what makes a job applicant stand out and why Escape Studios offers a unique practical foundation for visual effects work.

Sean has taught compositing and VFX supervision courses at Escape Studios, VFX facilities and universities. Students he has taught or mentored have gone on to work at high-end VFX facilities globally, including Double Negative, Rhythm and Hues, Rising Sun and Industrial Light and Magic. He says of his students, "I taught them everything they know. But not everything ‘I’ know!".

If you want to come along, please contact our Admissions Team, who will book you a place.

2 Comments Ellen Payne

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Ellen Payne
Fri 13 Sep 2013: 4:23pm

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  • Ellen Payne:

    We'd love to record the industry speakers at our open days, but often the project material they are sharing is top secret and we can't get clearance to record it. We will however look to get more content like this online. Stay tuned.

  • DHW:

    It would be great if there were recordings of the speakers, as not everyone can get to London. Having it accessible on Youtube would be amazing.

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