Nviz expands senior VFX team
February 24, 2023

Nviz expands senior VFX team

LONDON — Visualization and VFX company Nviz (www.nviz-studio.com) has expanded its senior VFX team as part of an ongoing strategy to expand and develop key departments, while also capitalizing on new ways of working made possible by global workflows. The studio works across Film, TV, games and broadcast, offering previs, postvis, virtual production, design and VFX services. Recent credits include Matilda the Musical, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, The Witcher and Peacemaker.

Photo (L-R): Mary Stroumpouli, Tamar Chatterjee and David Cordon

New faces at Nviz include seasoned VFX producer David Cordon (Avengers Endgame, Pokémon Detective Pichachu), who came on-board as head of VFX production last year. Cordon has experience in various roles inside production at a range of companies, including Scanline, Dneg and Framestore. He brings a wide understanding of the industry and best practices in the production workflows.  

Tamar Chatterjee (Black Panther, Wonder Woman 1984) joined Nviz as head of CG, leading the continued exploration and development of new possibilities and methodologies in that department. Chatterjee’s experience comes from years working at Rhythm & Hues and Dneg. 

Nviz’s VFX department was further invigorated with the recent arrival of Mary Stroumpouli (Chernobyl, Interstellar), who comes on-board as a VFX supervisor, bringing 15-plus years of experience in visual effects across several London-based facilities, including Dneg and MPC.

In addition to these senior roles, Nviz has expanded its ranks with several experienced VFX team members, including lead compositor George Palcut (The Crown, Halo), match-move supervisor Sam Swinnerton (Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Matrix Resurrections), lead compositor Fred Place (Batman Begins, The Lion King), and digital matte painter Lizzie Bentley (The Sandman, Game of Thrones). The company also invested in strategic tech roles, including the appointment of John Leedham as head of systems architecture. Leedham brings a broad variety of skills and experience from his work in the creative world with Framestore and Rushes.