Rob Nederhorst is a compositor and visual effects supervisor who has a large list of amazing projects to his name, some of the feature films include X-Men, The day after tomorrow, 2012, Thor, Priest, After Earth and many more films. He’s a speaker for Gnomon as well as well as an authority on The Foundary’s Academy Award winning compositing software ‘Nuke’.
This is a really great and insightful interview with Nederhorst’s origins in the industry, starting at Newtek and moving early in his career to Digital Domain and moving on up the ladder from there but also a lot of insight into a lot of his methods and advice related to his career with many great takeaways!
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