LOS ANGELES — VFX studio Electric Theatre Collective (electrictheatre.tv) has added to its roster of talent in LA with the recent hiring of Joshua Guillaume, who will serve as senior Nuke lead. He brings a wealth of experience in VFX, including extensive CG integration, advanced compositing, and supervising 360 VR stitching/compositing. In his new role, he will be working with clients that include the NBA, Audi and Anheuser-Busch.
Guillaume joins ETC from MPC, where he worked as a senior Nuke compositor. Prior to MPC, he was at Framestore, where his projects included BMW’s Eyes on Gigi, Renault’s Heroes, The Destiny 2 live action trailer, and Thor: Ragnorak and the Nissan Rogue spot, where he comped and developed holographic transition for the Death Star and Stormtroopers.
“We are all so excited to have Josh join our 2D team,” says head of 2D, Adam Watson. “His technical ability and creative approach are stand out. He has created an impressive trajectory in his career so far and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have him join us for his next journey at Electric Theatre.”
Guillaume says that he was impressed with ETC’s work and culture.
“I’m incredibly honored to be a part of the team, and am excited to work alongside everyone here. The quality and level of work is energizing, and I look forward to meeting everyone and growing with the team.”