LOS ANGELES — Senior VFX artist Betty Cameron has moved from Significant Others’ New York office to its space in Los Angeles. In New York, she worked as a lead artist on features, including Moonlight,
If Beale Street Could Talk,
Hearts Beat Loud and
Gloria Bell. Other recent projects include work for Google, Facebook, L'Oreal and The New York Times.
"I'm really excited to explore the tremendous creative community of Los Angeles,” says Cameron. “Visual effects and finishing work are such a great way to be part of a real variety of work, from traditional advertising to music videos to boundary-pushing, format-breaking pieces that online distribution makes possible. Even the smallest projects afford opportunities for unique, creative problem-solving. I'm so eager to bring my skills, experience and unique perspective as a female artist to Significant Others' LA office."
A graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, Cameron spent six years at Absolute Post, where she worked up from compositing assistant to VFX artist. She then moved to Significant Others’ New York City office (www.significant-others.com), where she spent the last four years.