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VES Presents Digital Domain Creative Director Aruna Inversin

Ask Me Anything VFX Pros Tell All
with Digital Domain’s Aruna Inversin
Creative Director & Visual Effects Supervisor

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Tuesday, October 6 at 11:00AM (PDT)

Reserve your front row seat with visual effects pros at this live interactive webinar with Aruna Inversin, Digital Domain Creative Director and Visual Effects Supervisor.

Aruna Inversin specializes in direction, creative direction, visual effects supervision and real-time supervision for real-time immersive content and experiential technology. From his twenty-year career in feature film VFX, he has stepped into real-time direction and supervision. As a VFX supervisor, he has driven small and large teams across multiple countries and continents to succeed. He received a Visual Effects Society nomination for “Outstanding Visual Effects in a Special Venue Project” for his work on Nike’s “The Neymar Jr. Experience” as well as two Emmy Nominations in 2000 and 2001.

An extremely well-rounded supervisor, Aruna effortlessly takes projects from inception to delivery while understanding budgetary constraints. To date, Aruna has nearly 50 film and television credits to his name in addition to a dozen VR experiences and more than 10 cinematic game trailers.

Recently, Aruna worked on the highly anticipated VR project with TIME called “The March” a groundbreaking immersive exhibit that recreates one of the most iconic moments in American history, the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.

Aruna continues to develop real-time solutions for digital humans, game development, traditional media, experiential projects that encompass location-based events and mixed reality deliverables and anything that runs in real-time. Based at Digital Domain’s Los Angeles studio, Aruna is part of a mighty team of agile creatives.

 

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