Visual Effects Supervision
A graduate of UC Berkeley’s Architecture program, Greg Kegel joined ILM in the spring of 2013. Greg began his career in special media marketing campaigns for architectural projects, and then moved into the entertainment sector at Blur Studio where he supervised 3d animation-based projects including commercials and video game cinematics for AAA franchises Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, Far Cry, and Mass Effect. During his time at Blur, he also led the work on VES nominated Prey 2 cinematic trailer and work for Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel.
Since joining ILM, Greg has worked as a CG Supervisor for VES and Oscar-nominated Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Avengers: Age of Ultron, and was nominated by the Visual Effects Society for Outstanding Created Environment in a Photoreal Feature for work he supervised on Tomorrowland. Acting as ILM Vancouver’s overall generalist environments head of department during projects such as Warcraft, and The Revenant, Greg also supervised ILM Vancouver’s work on Spectre as an Associate VFX Supervisor. Currently, Greg is ILM’s VFX supervisor on Joseph Kosinski’s Granite Mountain.