In my quest to write about Swedes out there in the business of VFX, I have come to Jessica Norman, Vfx supervisor at MPC in London. She is a one of few women unfortunately in the business, we definitely need more of you in the business. Lately she has been working on Night at the Museum 2 and
Robin Hood as vfx supervisor.
Jessica started her career in digital effects at MPC in 2000 working as a Digital Compositor on feature film projects. Working her way through the ranks, she now forms part of MPC’s key team of supervisors, orchestrating visual effects both on set and in the studio.
Jessica has a wealth of experience working on both live action photo real movies as well as integrating digital effects in stop frame projects such as Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride.
At the end of 2008 she was based at MPC’s new Vancouver studio leading the effects effort for Zach Snyder’s Watchmen. She has since supervised key sequences for Night at the Museum; Battle of the Smithsonian at MPC’s London headquarters.