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Emmys: Spin VFX honored for 'Game of Thrones' work

September 24, 2013
Emmys: Spin VFX honored for 'Game of Thrones' work
TORONTO — Spin VFX (www.spinvfx.com) was awarded the “Outstanding Special Visual Effects” Emmy for its work on the HBO series, Game of Thrones. VFX supervisor Doug Campbell and supervising producer Luke Groves led Spin’s team to deliver over 200 shots for the season, including Mance Rayder’s Camp, the Direwolves compositing sequences in the Northern Forest, CG crows, the 3D Unsullied Army, the Twins matte painting, and The Wall 3D environment.

“We are honored and extremely grateful to be part of the Game of Thrones visual effects team,” says Neishaw Ali, Spin president/VFX executive producer. “[Lead VFX supervisor] Joe Bauer and “[Lead VFX supervisor] Steve Kullback are steadfast leaders who inspire creative ingenuity. Congratulations to HBO and the entire VFX production team.” 

Pictured: Neishaw Ali, Joe Bauer, Doug Campbell, Luke Groves and Steve Kullback.