One of my "Trio" shots. "Casper" team were ahead and out of shots until another sequence came through 'camera match move' it was called then.
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November 4th 1994 afternoon shoot, George chose the last take in both shoots. I had many fans ask me why I looked at camera. I didn't. I was told to span as far round to cam as I could. If you could see my eyes they are cranked to screen right.
"Star Wars - A New Hope - Special Edition" (1998)
INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND MAGIC
1994 - 1995
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I received a call from Steve Rawlins telling me that ILM were recruiting animators to work on an upcoming show produced by Steven Spielberg based upon the "Casper" comic strip. I told him "I know nothing about computers!". He said they are hiring traditional animators and teaching them the software, it is that intuitive to learn now.
He gave me a phone number. It was the ILM delegates hotel phone number.
I called and asked if I could come show them my reel and portfolio.
I met with Wes Takahashi, Thomas Williams and Ellen Poon in their hotel room November 1993. December 16th i got a call asking if i could start work January.
During the 10-week training course i was promoted to character lead for Casper. During crunch the movie was divided into sequences and my title changed to sequence supervisor.
Following "Casper" ILM hired me as a fulltime staff member. I was given the task of creature supervisor on the new special edition of Star Wars episode IV (A New Hope).