John Nelson

American visual effects supervisor.

John Nelson (born July 21, 1953) is an American visual effects supervisor. He has won two Academy Awards for Best Visual Effects, for his work on the film Gladiator (2000) and Blade Runner 2049 (2017). He has also been nominated for I, Robot (2004) and Iron Man (2008).

After graduating with high distinction from the University of Michigan in 1976, he worked as a cameraman, technical director and a director at the pioneering computer animation and commercial production company Robert Abel and Associates, where he won two Clio awards and earned six additional Clio nominations. Early in his career while at ILM, Nelson modeled, animated, lit and composited several shots for Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), including the iconic scene in which the shotgunned head of the chrome terminator splits open and reseals.

resources
  • Behind the breathtaking visual effects of ‘Blade Runner 2049’  on digitaltrends.com
  • VFX Supervisor John Nelson: Looking Through the Lens for Perfection on vfxvoice.com
  • JOHN NELSON, VISUAL EFFECTS "Blade Runner 2049" & Award Recipient on youtube.com
  • John Nelson on imdb.com
  • How ‘Blade Runner 2049’ VFX Supervisor John Nelson Brought Rachael & Pic’s Holograms To Life on deadline.com
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Last modified on October 30, 2020, 9:04 pm
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