NEW YORK — VFX/design house Phosphene (www.phosphenefx.com) has named Rebecca Dunn head of operations and strategy, a newly-created position. She moved to the United States from Australia in 2012 and joined the Phosphene family as VFX producer/compositing supervisor. She has produced effects for numerous Phosphene television projects, including Forever, Boardwalk Empire (Seasons 3-4-5),
The Knick and
The Americans (Season 1); and the feature films
Equals, The Fault in Our Stars and
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.
Prior to joining Phosphene, Dunn was VFX producer at Postmodern Sydney (now Method/ Deluxe), where she worked on features, such as The Hunter and A Few Best Men, as well as on commercials. At Efilm Australia (Deluxe Group) in digital intermediate operations, and earlier as digital supervisor, Dunn contributed her talents to the features Oranges and Sunshine, The Way Back, Animal Kingdom, Australia, Mao's Last Dancer, Bright Star, Samson and Delilah, and Death Defying Acts.
Earlier in her career, Dunn was senior compositor at Atlab (Deluxe Group) and a compositor at Capital FX (London, Deluxe Group). She is currently a board member of the Visual Effect Society (New York) and a member/special visual effects of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.