Conference The State of VFX VFX for Episodic
ON SITE ROOM U brought to you by UNITY Wednesday, May 05, 13:30

Fast & Flexible: Motion Graphics in the VFX Pipeline

DNEG Head of Motion Graphics Barry Corcoran locates the future of motion graphics - both in the VFX pipeline and in the creative industries broadly. Drawing on his background in complex graphical sequences and UI design, Barry illustrates this deep-dive into MGFX with his team's recent work on Netflix's 'Altered Carbon' and The Fast & Furious franchise's spin-off 'Hobbs & Shaw'. Key themes in this talk will include the integration of MGFX and lookdev processes in the VFX pipeline, procedures for asset sharing and creative approaches, and the optimization of efficiency in workflows.

Barry Corcoran, Head of Motion Graphics, DNEG

Barry Corcoran is Head of Motion Graphics at DNEG. With over 13 years of experience as a Motion Graphics Supervisor and Creative Director, Barry has accumulated an impressive portfolio of work across Film, TV and Advertising. In addition to designing complex graphical sequences for feature films, Barry has worked in episodic content, title sequences, UI design, music promos and commercials. His work can be viewed in Antoine Fuqua's upcoming sci-fi thriller, 'Infinite' and in 'Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw'. Other notable projects that have employed his talents as a designer 'Spectre', 'Pacific Rim Uprising' and 'Venom', to name but a few.