His credits during his three years there include A History of Violence, An Inconvenient Truth, Nacho Libre, Four Brothers, Running Scared, and most recently, World Trade Center.
A veteran of film post production, Fernley began his career in traditional visual effects at ILM. He played various roles in the optical compositing department at ILM while working on feature films such as Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Back to the Future Part II and Part III, and The Hunt For Red October. In 1993, he joined Cinesite, which pioneered the introduction and early evolution of what has come to be known as DI technology. He spent 10 years there.
LaserPacific recently provided DI services for the upcoming feature The Black Dahlia.