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Land Rover: Claynation - The Making Of...

Published on Nov 02, 2010

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Credits

Date
Nov 02, 2010
Agency:
RKCR/Y&R
Art Director:
David Godfree
Client:
Land Rover
Copywriter:
Mark Waldron
Director:
Peter Sluszka
Production Company:
Hornet Workshop
Director:
Peter Sluszka
Executive Producer:
Michael Feder
Producer:
Greg Bedard
Producer:
Zack Kortright
Stop Motion Producer:
Joel Kretschman
Director of Photography:
Ivan Abel
Motion Control Operator:
Richard Coppola
Sculptor:
Ben Kress
Sculptor:
Michael Lawrence
Animator:
Teresa Drilling
Animator:
Tom Gasek
Animator:
Richard Zimmerman
Animator:
Eileen Kohlhepp
Animator:
Peter Sluszka
Animator:
Kevin Coyle
Lead Compositor:
Andrew MacFarlane
Lead Compositor:
John Harrison
Lead Compositor:
Yussef Cole
Lead Compositor:
Connie Chan
Lead Compositor:
Julien Koetsch
Storyboard:
David Zung
Storyboard:
Connie Chan
Editor:
Anita Chao
Color Correction:
Smoke & Mirrors
Gaffer:
Michael Yetter
Key Grip:
Joe Mandeville
2nd Grip:
Meno Payne
2nd Grip:
Charlie Wing
Swing:
Jonah Vigil
Art Director:
Ben Kress
Fabrication:
Nathan Asquith
Fabrication:
Tim McDonald
Fabrication:
Halsey Rodman
Fabrication:
Elise Ferguson
Fabrication:
Pete Erickson
Fabrication:
Erika Bettencourt
Fabrication:
Jacob Dyrenforth
Fabrication:
Sal Denaro
Fabrication:
Ohad Meromi
Fabrication:
Connie Chan
Fabrication:
Melissa Loyola
Fabrication:
Kevin Coyle
Fabrication:
Harry Teitelman
Fabrication:
Matt Chrisensen
Production Assistant:
Dennis Gomez
Production Assistant:
Brian Grant
Production Assistant:
Matt Churchill
Production Assistant:
Ed Harris
Compositor:
John Harrison
Compositor:
Peter Fink
Compositor:
Yussef Cole
Compositor:
Connie Chan
Compositor:
Julien Koetsch
Post Production:
TAG
Producer:
James Miller
Executive Creative Director:
Graham Lang
Writer:
Mark Waldron
Telecine:
Smoke & Mirrors
Art Director:
Hornet Workshop

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