In 1988, Tim Webber joined the British visual effects company Framestore, based near Oxford Street in London. He led the company's push into Digital Film and Television, developing Framestore’s virtual camera and motion rig systems. He has been the visual effects supervisor in some of the most technically and artistically challenging projects, including, Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight (2008), and Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity (2013).
For his work on Gravity, he won both the BAFTA Award for Best VFX, and an Oscar for Best VFX.
In this episode he picks apart the creative and technical marathon that Gravity became, he talks about how he got into the industry, and he defines creativity from an artistic and scientific perspective.
Here's a few links to extra content that we discussed in the episode.