After joining Framestore in 1988 Tim Webber became a driving force into the company’s transformation into a visual effects powerhouse, supervising some of its most challenging projects –the CG baby in Children of Men, Two-Face Harvey Dent in The Dark Knight and the highly original CG-practical characters in Where the Wild Things Are. His inventive side was called into action in 2010, when he was asked by Alfonso Cuarón to help realise the film no one knew how to make: Gravity. Tim oversaw all the visual effects, which account for roughly 80% of the film, and was on set during its unique production, coming up with new rigs, robotic arms and the light box – a gigantic cube of LED lights that became one of Time Magazine’s inventions of 2013. Since Gravity’s release and Tim’s subsequent Bafta and Oscar, his profile has rocketed, being named one of the Sunday Times’ 100 Makers of the 21st Century.
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