Don’t miss this month’s The Foundry Sessions, broadcasting live from our London HQ onWednesday 26th November at 7pm UK | 2pm US East Coast | 11am US West Coast. Don’t worry if that time doesn’t work for you, register now to get access to the recording of the event.
November’s session will focus on The Foundry in Architectural Design with London based studio Cityscape. Hear how Cityscape’s Joel Azopardi and Damian Fennell used NUKE and MODO on ‘Elephant Park’, a regeneration project in Elephant & Castle (London) by Lend Lease.
Interact via Twitter using #TFsessions to ask our guest speakers and specialists from The Foundry team any questions you may have, wherever you may be.
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We’ll be hosting a recording of The Session on our website an hour or so after we go off-air in case you miss it. You will need to register and login to view this, but can do so at your leisure.
Joel Azopardi, CGI Director & Senior MODO artist, Cityscape
Joel is one of the vintage Cityscapers. As CGI director, he pushes the boundaries of CGI visual production within the company. He has been involved in some of the highest profile work Cityscape Digital has produced. Outside of CGI, he can be found in parks strapping very expensive cameras to very expensive (and untested!) quadcopters.
Damian Fennell, Creative Director, Cityscape
Damian joined Cityscape in 2007 following a decade working as a fine artist in sculpture and drawing. Supported by two art directors, Damian is responsible for the look and feel of everything visual at Cityscape, and is equally passionate about meaning, quality and the passage of light. He wishes he was Giacometti but without the living-in-a-hovel-for-40- years bit.
Chatting with our speakers will be The Foundry’s very own Gregory Duquesne (MODO Product Manager) and Jon Wadelton (NUKE Product Manager).