NICK DREW

Film Industry Role: Visual Effects Producer

Nationality: British

Major works: "Batman Begins" (2005) and "Ex Machina" (2014)

Major Awards and Nominations: Nominee for a Saturn Award for "Le pacte de loups" (2002)

Prior to Halo Visual Effects, Nick co-founded Milk VFX in 2013, running the facility as the Managing Director and Executive Producer, bringing in and running shows such as "Ex-Machina" and "Hercules" (2014).

Before this Nick was the Head of Production & Executive Producer at Mill TV & Film after various freelance posts as both a client, for Fox and Warner Bros., and as a facility based VFX Producer.

Going back further, Nick was at Rainmaker UK/CIS London as Producer and Facility Manager, setting up their London operation along with working on high profile films including "Slumdog Millionaire" (2008), "Golden Compass" (2007), "Inkheart" (2008), "28 Weeks Later" (2007) and "The Da Vinci Code" (2006).

Nick began his career 20 years ago at Jim Henson’s Creature Shop, progressing through various production roles in both physical and digital effects becoming their only staff VFX producer. During his time at the Creature Shop he worked on a variety of projects including  "Lost in Space" (1998), "Mission To Mars" (2000), "Tomb Raider" (2003) and "Batman Begins" (2005).

 

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