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Interview with Sedley Brown, the head of 3D at the NVFilm
Added on: Wed Aug 04 2004
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3dluvr: First of all let me ask you what was your first contact with the computer arts, and when did you decide to establish you company the FX2NV?

Sedley Brown: I formed my company 4 years ago, when I purchased the first version of MAYA. From there I found my love for 3D animation, as well as a taste for 2D animation and motion graphics. I have been working on idents, commercials and different TV shows as well, for example the FIA World Rally Championship for the Channel4.

3dluvr: Can you tell us more information about the FX2NV? It has a unique ident and attitude towards the clients. How important it is for you?

Sedley Brown: Our attitude and philosophy is extremely important to us, as it defines our company structure and beliefs. With nvFILMS we have created a special creative solution where we offer a number of different services and skills all under the one roof. By doing this a client can receive a fully integrated service from 'brief to tape'.

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