VFX studio DNEG is hiring Oscar-winners Eric Brevig and Greg Butler as visual effects supervisors.

Butler’s credits as VFX Supervisor include Sam Mendes’ 1917 (2019), which earned him an Oscar, and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011).

Brevig’s credits as VFX supervisor include Total Recall (1990), for which he received an Oscar for Best Visual Effects, Hook (1991) and Pearl Harbor (2001), both garnering him Oscar Nominations, and Men In Black (1997).

Butler joins DNEG’s Montreal operation from Method Studios, where he worked as a VFX supervisor on various feature, episodic and advertising projects, including most recently on a large scale, yet to be announced project for Amazon.

Brevig will be based out of LA.

“I am proud to have both Eric and Greg, two highly accomplished industry veterans each with their own incredible legacy of breathtaking work, join DNEG’s creative ranks,” said Namit Malhotra, DNEG chairman and ceo. “They will certainly help us continue to push the creative boundaries of what is possible during this period of technological advancement in our industry and unprecedented demand for our services.”

Current and upcoming DNEG projects include Bullet Train (July 2022), Black Adam (October 2022), Devotion (October 2022), Shazam! Fury of the Gods (December 2022), Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (2022), The School for Good and Evil (2022), Super/Natural (2022), Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (March 2023), Haunted Mansion (March 2023), The Flash (June 2023), Meg 2: The Trench (August 2023), Nimona (2023), and The Last of Us (2023).

DNEG currently employs nearly 7,000 people, with offices and studios in North America (Los Angeles, Montréal, Toronto and Vancouver), Europe (London) and Asia (Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai and Mumbai).

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