Former Technicolor exec joins vfx and animation facility with a brief to grow its TV and film division
Former Technicolor exec producer Jonathan Rawlinson has joined VFX and animation facility RealtimeUK.
Rawlinson joins RealtimeUK, which has offices in Manchester and just outside Preston, as an executive producer with a brief to accelerate the growth of its TV & Film division.
RealtimeUK’s recent credits include Mammoth Screen’s upcoming BBC drama War of the Worlds, and Impossible Factual’s Mummies Alive.
At Technicolor, Rawlinson’s broadcast credits as a VFX executive producer included Vanity Fair (ITV), Little Women (BBC), Deep State (FX) and films include Paddington 2, You Were Never Really Here and Lean On Pete.
Rawlinson said: “I’m really excited about working with the team here at RealtimeUK. In addition to having a big team of experienced team in-house 3D artists, they also have concept artists, art directors and previs artists who can work with clients during pre-production to create tests and help the art department, head of department and director to understand how the VFX will look and work in a TV series or film.”
Managing director Tony Prosser added: “We’re thrilled to have Jonathan onboard to help drive the TV and film division as we enter into this new exciting market..”