In this the 3rd year of the London Employability Field Trip an extra day was added to the itinerary to accommodate the launch of a southern chapter of ExpoTees. We travelled down to London Kings Cross where we met up with the 19 students scheduled to exhibit at Academy Award winning animation & vfx studio - Double Negative.
Steven Mead relaxing ahead of a busy evening of networking
DNEG trophy cabinet
ExpoTees London coordinator Justin Greetham talking with representatives of SkillSet
Harriet Edge Partington talking with Katie Robinson
DNEG welcome matt
The ExpoTees London banner ..
James Burr form the Third Floor talking with grads
The start of ExpoTees Lonodn 2016 event
James Burr from the Third Floor
Saint John Walker bringing his expertese to the event
Steven Mead and the collecton of DNEG gongs
Eimer Bourke exchanging contacts with Steven Mead
Simon McQueen socialising with students
Mikhail Gubkin sharing his portfolio
Amante Lombardi and George Tomlin sharing their portfolio's
Towards the close of a very eventful evening of networking
Visitng the Industrial Light & Magic offices
Soaking up the atmosphere at ILM
After the ILM studio tour and talk ..
Working with the team behind the seminal film Terminator 2, Justin couldn't have asked for a better introduction into the then fledging computer graphics industry in London during the early 1990's. Based at the Computer FIlm Company and then later at the Neville Body Research Studio together with the team at 'Lost In Space' he contributed to a range of award winning projects for film, television and new media that included clients such as the Rolling Stones, Disney, Industrial Light & Magic, Pixar, Passion Pictures, Saatchi & Saatchi, The Natural History Museum, Buena Vista International & United Artist to name but a few.
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