VFX and Animation Studio Jellyfish Pictures has made two key senior hires in its VFX division.

ILM and NVIZ alumnus Jamie Wood has been appointed Head of Compositing, bringing over 22 years of compositing proficiency to the role. Most recently having worked on Netflix’s feature film Heart of Stone, Jamie’s extensive experience encompasses work on multiple major movie franchises, including Star Trek, X-Men, ‘The Wizarding World’ and the ‘Marvel Cinematic Universe’.

Pete Seager has also joined the Jellyfish Pictures VFX team as Head of CG. With a broad background of expertise as a CG Supervisor, Lighting Lead and Rendering Supervisor, Pete has been working in the VFX industry for over 16 years, His credits include work on renowned Blockbuster films such as the latest Bond entry, No Time To Die, Christopher Nolan’s TENET, the final instalment of ‘The Matrix’ series, The Matrix Resurrections, and the Box Office-breaking Avengers: Endgame.

Commenting on the new hires, Phil Greenlow, Managing Director – VFX said, “It’s a privilege to welcome Jamie and Pete into the Jellyfish Pictures fold. Their combined decades of experience and vast knowledge of high-end VFX speak for themselves, and their unique perspectives complement our creative leadership perfectly. Together, they make a truly exciting addition to the team.”

Jamie Wood commented, “I am genuinely delighted to become part of the Jellyfish Pictures VFX crew and can’t wait to get cracking on this next chapter. Their exceptional workplace culture and unwavering commitment to high-quality visual effects and craftsmanship feels like the ideal fit for me, so I’m excited to collaborate with the talented team and be part of their continued success!”

Pete Seager said, “It’s fantastic to join Jellyfish Pictures, and I’m thankful for this unique opportunity. With so much creativity and ambition within the team I’m looking forward to working closely with everyone to help push the boundaries of what we can achieve in VFX.”

Jon Creamer

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