Sequence is a full service production studio located in the Gastown district of Vancouver, British Columbia. With a diverse and talented staff of designers, animators, editors, directors and producers, Sequence is primed to handle a variety of live action and animated projects of any style or budget.
Marc Potocnik studied communications-design at University of Applied Science in Düsseldorf and now has over 16 years work experience. His animation studio, renderbaron, produces high-quality 3d-animation and visual effects for renowned customers such as bmw, audi, zdf, rtl, nokia, wilkinson sword, rwe, siemens and others.
Casey Hupke is a visual fx designer/animator who has been working in the commercial industry for the better part of 7 years. As a freelancer he has collaborated with a several studios to help define a generative art style that can been seen in many campaigns for clients such as IBM, ATT, Coca Cola, and Buick. A passion for comedy and illogical particle effects help to define his workflow, and design aesthetic.
Imaginary Forces is a creative studio focused on film and broadcast title design. The studio created the titles for Guillermo del Toro’s epic new film, Pacific Rim, which prominently feature giant mecha fighting massive monsters. IF will demonstrate how CINEMA 4D was used in the design process to bring del Toro's vision to life.
Chris Korn is a graduate of Minneapolis Community and Technical College's film program, with experience in Filmmaking, Stop motion/Digital animation, Sculpting, Special effects make-up, and Visual effects. He is currently a 3D animator/visual effects artist at FUSE Animation in Minneapolis, MN.
Jack has been building iOS apps since the announcement of the original iPad. He founded Built Light, a team that combines design and technical expertise to solve complex problems for clients and create engaging experiences for users. Before that, he studied architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he began using CINEMA 4D to explore realistic lighting and rendering. He also cofounded Chicago C4D, one of the most active CINEMA 4D user groups in the world.
Robert Hranitzky is a freelance designer based in Munich, Germany. His strength and focus lies in motion graphic design, animation and art direction for a wide range of project. He also designs for print and web-based media, including logos, brochures, stationery, and animated, interactive websites.
Nick Campbell worked at Digital Kitchen as an animator and a photographer where he made TV commercials and title sequences. He also founded an iPhone App company called BananaCameraCo and a motion design education and product site called Greyscalegorilla. Nick has recently been speaking to students and creatives about how to be creative and get paid to do what you love.