LOOK Effects Nominated for Emmy Award
July 23, 2012 | 7:59 pm or 6:59 pm GMT
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LOOK Effects is proud to announce that their work in the "The Twist in the Twister" episode of "Bones" has been nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Special Visual Effects in a Supporting Role.
LOS ANGELES, CA, July 23, 2012 – The awards will be presented at the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards on ABC on Sunday, September 23, 2012.
LOOK has produced the visual effects for “Bones” for all seven seasons it has been broadcast. The nominees for their work on “Bones” are Christian Cardona, Visual Effects Supervisor; Andy Simonson, Visual Effects Producer; Buddy Gheen, Compositor; Beau Janzen, 3D Artist; Ulysses Argetta, Compositor and Heather Fetter, Compositor.
“LOOK has been privileged to be part of the team bringing ‘Bones’ to the screen for seven seasons,” says Mark Driscoll, President of LOOK Effects. “To be nominated for an Emmy by our peers is a great honor. We’re very proud and happy for the artists who are nominated.”
For over 14 years, LOOK Effects has been a leading provider of digital-effects solutions for feature film, episodic television and special venue projects. With studios in Los Angeles, New York and Vancouver, LOOK offers a knowledgeable and resourceful approach in partnering with their clients to supervise and produce visual effects. LOOK offers ideas and options for digital effects design, on-set supervision, 3D effects and animation and complex compositing that dovetail smoothly into production schedules. Their combined experience and expertise has earned LOOK a high level of trust and an impressive list of clients and credits. LOOK’s recently completed feature film credits include Moonrise Kingdom, The Dictator, Underworld Awakening, The Muppets, Captain America, Fast Five, Limitless, Black Swan, The King’s Speech, and Step Up 3D. Television credits include the Bones, The Finder, Harry’s Law, No Ordinary Family, the Emmy-nominated effects for Life After People, and all of the effects for the final season of Lost. See more of LOOK Effects’ work at http://www.lookfx.com