Bristol-based studio Moonraker VFX has hired Lucas Pozzey as Head of 3D.

Pozzey is a 3D Specialist with over two decades of experience including time at vfx houses MPC, DNEG, Luma, and Jellyfish.

After establishing himself in live action as a director and cinematographer, Pozzey was able to transfer those skills into VFX, leading to a career including contributions to Prometheus, Lion King (2019), Marvel and DC films. His work includes six films in the last decade nominated for the Best Visual Effects Academy Award. He most recently worked on the award winning Prehistoric Planet series.

Lucas Pozzey, Head of 3D at Moonraker, commented, “I’m excited to help expand on what the talented artists at Moonraker have achieved so far and hope to bring some of the I skills and knowledge I’ve acquired working for big studios to push us creatively and technically to where we want to be.”

Simon Clarke, Moonraker Founder said, “We are extremely excited to welcome Lucas to the team. He brings with him a huge breadth of experience and an impressive level of artistry and technical expertise.”

Creative Director, Graham Stott added, “We’re thrilled to have Lucas on board to help with the continued growth of the VFX team. The quality of his work speaks for itself and he brings a wealth of knowledge to the studio from his experience working for some of the most prestigious VFX houses.”


Jon Creamer

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