VFX artist Steve Meyer has joined Burbank-based FuseFX. An Emmy and VES-winning visual effects supervisor and artist, Meyer comes to FuseFX to work on the CBS series Criminal Minds along with several other projects.
Meyer has served Zoic Studios for the past 10 years, during which time he had many responsibilities including 2D facility supervisor, VFX supervisor and Flame artist. While at Zoic, Meyer built a formidable credit list of spot work, including Jeep, Re/Max, McDonald’s, Nissan and Toys-R-Us.
Meyer also worked as a compositing supervisor for many leading series such as True Blood, Fringe, White Collar and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. His background also includes an impressive list of music videos for Michael Jackson, Madonna, Beastie Boys, Sheryl Crow and Linkin Park, as well as the opening titles to The Tonight Show: with Jay Leno, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and CSI: Miami.
Prior to his time at Zoic, Meyer was at Radium and 525 Studios, where he launched his visual effects career in 1993.
“We feel really lucky to have Steve join our team at Fuse,” said FuseFX founder and president, Dave Altenau. “He adds great talent, experience, and creativity to our supervision staff and really broadens our ability to provide great service to our clients.”