We have something to tell you and we're really excited about it. Since we're not sure how to do this, we're just going to say it: this year, Blur Studio is going to be recruiting at THU for the first time ever! From the director to the administrative support, every member of the team is vital to the success of the company. Blur Studio has always been passionate about its work and committed to cultivating a dynamic environment, where creativity thrives. So what better place than THU for them to find the best talents and young creatives of the industry?
When director Tim Miller and visual effects supervisor David Stinnett opened Blur Studio in 1995, their main goal was to craft visually striking, engaging narratives – a mission that remains true to this day.
Blur Studio is built upon a solid foundation of artistic excellence and technical ingenuity. Producing stunning live action, animation, visual design and effects across various media platforms is the heart and soul of their culture.
They are committed to their clients, their people and to telling great stories. This commitment is why they continue to serve as the leading partner to movie studios, amusement parks, game developers, brands and advertisers who demand emotionally rich visual content.
Their robust pipeline and flexible production model is designed to expand to meet varying needs as they continue to move forward into content development, both independently and through partnerships with accomplished directors and writers.
With a driven team of directors, producers and artists, and a character workflow to bring any imaginable creature to life, they have created intergalactic sequences for “Avatar,” uniquely designed FX sequences for “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” critically acclaimed game trailers, commercial collaborations with directors like Joe Kosinski and massive campaigns for brands like HBO, Netflix, FX, Toshiba and Pepperidge Farm’s Goldfish Crackers.
Their work spans immersive stereoscopic animation for a 3D attraction at Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi, an award-winning immersive, photo-real time lapse elevator media experience for Manhattan’s One World Observatory, abstract black-on-black opening titles for “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” and the creation of nearly one hour of game cinematics for “Halo 2: The Master Chief Collection.”
In 2004, they received an Academy Award nomination for their short film “Gopher Broke,” one of five original projects written, directed, and produced in-house. In addition to an ongoing slate of games, film, and advertising projects for EA, Fox, Microsoft, Universal, Marvel, Y&R, Warner Bros, Activision, Paramount, Bungie and more, Blur is attached to multiple full-length feature film and television projects. Released in February of this year, Tim Miller directed the Fox/Marvel feature “Deadpool,” starring Ryan Reynolds, with Blur completing a significant portion of the visual effects as well as the stunning frozen moment opening title sequence.