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Congratulations, Moshe Safdie Print E-mail
Tuesday, 16 December 2014 15:12

We are thrilled to hear the news about Moshe Safdie’s American Institute of Architects 2015 Gold Medal award and would like to extend our congratulations on behalf of all the artists that have had the honor to work with him and his team. We are very proud of our longstanding client relationships, taking their successes and failures as our own. And for almost 20 years now, we have had the privilege to work with Moshe and the Safdie Architects team.

“As architects by training, we look up to people like Moshe–people who are tireless, hard-working and dedicated to changing the status quo–and we are inspired by his visionary drive to deliver new experiences by way of design and thought.  It is a great honor, not just for me but for the entire Neoscape team, to work with Moshe Safdie.”

–  Carlos Cristerna, Director of Visualization

Congratulations, Moshe.

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Congratulations, Moshe Safdie Print E-mail
Tuesday, 16 December 2014 15:12

We are thrilled to hear the news about Moshe Safdie’s American Institute of Architects 2015 Gold Medal award and would like to extend our congratulations on behalf of all the artists that have had the honor to work with him and his team. We are very proud of our longstanding client relationships, taking their successes and failures as our own. And for almost 20 years now, we have had the privilege to work with Moshe and the Safdie Architects team.

“As architects by training, we look up to people like Moshe–people who are tireless, hard-working and dedicated to changing the status quo–and we are inspired by his visionary drive to deliver new experiences by way of design and thought.  It is a great honor, not just for me but for the entire Neoscape team, to work with Moshe Safdie.”

–  Carlos Cristerna, Director of Visualization

Congratulations, Moshe.

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Christmas Slashup Print E-mail
Thursday, 11 December 2014 17:00

Over the past year our studio has doubled in size, with a range of new skills and talent on board we thought we'd have a bit of Christmas fun so we each came up with a fifty frame (2 second) animation using the forward slash from our Squint/Opera logo. We hope you enjoy the results.

Merry Christmas everyone and here's to a great 2015!

Thanks to everyone that took part:
Vadim Charles, Creative Director; David Lance, Senior 3d Artist; Tom Goodcliffe, 3d Artist; Olivia Freeman, Producer; Silvia Tossica, 3d Artist; Ben Townsend, Producer; Andrew Newman, Business Development Director; Adam Rozanski,  3d Artist; Alex Kelly, 2d Artist; Andy Spence, Lead 3d; Steven Fayers, 3d Artist; Cara Guthrie, Producer; Manuel Reyes, Animator; Tommy Rayneri, Graphic Designer; Becky Matthews, Producer; Xristina Kallitsi, Graphic Designer, Alex Barrowman, Illustrator; Matt Bugeja, Animation Director; Jon Harris, Communications Manager; Christian Boeving Andersen, Animator; Benoit Hauviller, 3d Artist; Nikolay Moustakov, Storyboard Director; James Merry, Chief 2d Animator; Karolina Eriksson, Graphic Designer; Rachael Pengilley, Head of Production; Marta Arisa, 3d animator; Kate Seale, 3d animator; Fareen Farid, Lead 3d Artist; Raphael Santos, 3d Artist; Jack Hunter. 3d Artist; Matt Moult, Head of Comp; Jan Bunge, Managing Director; Liz Whatiker, Director. 

 

 

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Boston Bruins new practice facility at Boston Landing Print E-mail
Wednesday, 10 December 2014 14:22

Today, the Boston Bruins and Boston Landing hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the team’s new practice facility right next to New Balance’s new headquarters. We created renderings of the 75,000-square-foot arena — which has been named The Warrior Ice Arena. The new arena brings the Bruins “back to Boston” and will replace the Ristuccia Arena in Wilmington, where the Bruins have practiced since the 1980s.Congratulations to all involved in this project.

 

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Get to Know Chris Mangual, Compositor Print E-mail
Wednesday, 10 December 2014 09:56

Q: You recently relocated from Detroit. Why did you decide to move to Massachusetts? What has been the biggest adjustment?

I decided that Mass was the right choice for a couple of reasons. Firstly, because I have never been to New England, so I thought that would be fun! Secondly, I have family in New York and New Jersey that I never really get to see, so this brings me closer to them. Lastly, I love to travel and from here I can get to all of the great vacation spots quickly. There are many other things I could add to this list, too.

The biggest adjustment would be my mode of transportation right now. I am used to driving everywhere, since first getting my driving permit back when I was 15 years old. Going without a car and taking public transportation now is a weird feeling, but it’s kind of fun at the same time. There’s also the weather. I never really got use to the cold when I moved to Detroit.

 

Q: What are you most looking forward to while working at Neoscape?

I look forward to working on some great projects and making the best films you have seen.

 

Q: Where do you turn for design inspiration?

Google, haha! I usually check out a lot of my colleagues and friends’ latest work and CGSociety for inspiration for my next project ideas. I have a library of ideas at home for many different projects I want to do, but it always comes down to time. I’m looking forward to completing some of them in the new year.

 

Q:  When you’re not busy working as a compositor at Neoscape, what do you like to do for fun?

At this point in my life I enjoy exploring my environment and traveling to new places. So far this year I’ve been back home to Florida, Mississippi, Georgia, New York, New Jersey, and most recently, Vancouver and now Mass! When I am not traveling or exploring I like to go on photowalks and work on more traditional art projects.

 

Q: Speaking of fun, what are you looking forward to experiencing now that you live in Boston?

Everything! I want to eat some great foods, see the sights, and maybe get into a little trouble.

 

Q: Neoscape employees have pretty eclectic tastes when it comes to beer…There’s always something new in the kegerator. On that note, what’s your favorite type of beer?

My favorite beers right now are Flat Tire and Shock Top, but if they’re not available I go with Bluemoon or Dos Equis. In Florida it is always LandShark or Corona.

 

Q: What would your last meal be?

I’d have to go with my grandma’s fried sheepshead fish and buttered grits. No one cooks it better! That’s a pretty Florida meal. Now I’m hungry!

 

Q: Pretend you get stranded somewhere for an entire month. Where do you think is the most ideal place to be stranded (that isn’t your place of residence) and why?

On any beach in New Zealand with a cooler full of beers and a honey by my side. And maybe some supplies. Why? Do I really need to explain? First off, New Zealand is a great place for an adventure and it is beautiful. There is nothing but awesome vistas and exploring to do. Secondly, the whole situation sounds like a good time. Thirdly, it’s a month of vacation with no worries.

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