Barbara McCullough





Most Recent Affiliation(s):


  • Rhythm and Hues Studios

Bio:

  • SIGGRAPH 2006

    Barbara McCullough is Rhythm & Hues Studios’ Manager of Recruitment and has been at post for a little over three years. A veteran of the film industry, she has worked at top digital animation and efx studios including, Pacific Data Images, Digital Domain, Dreamworks Feature Animation and Rhythm and Hues as Digital Production Manager and Digital Operations Manager. Her education includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications and Master of Fine Arts in Theater Arts with a film and television concentration from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Early in her career she worked at Praxis Film Works as production coordinator on “THE DAY AFTER” and roto operator on “TRON”. Ms. McCullough also worked in public television as promo producer and post-production coordinator at Los Angeles’ local Public Television station, KCET. Her first exposure to live-action and digital animation integration was on “CAPTAIN POWER”, an action television series, where she managed the Miniatures Department.

    The breath of her experience has provided her with insight and understanding of the skills and challenges required by our industry. Her efforts have grown the outreach of Rhythm & Hues’ recruitment department and facilitated the identification and hiring of exciting new talent.

    Ms. McCullugh is deeply interested in assisting students aspiring to transition to the professional world.

    SIGGRAPH 2004

    Barbara McCullough Recruiting Manager for Rhythm & Hues Studios, is a veteran of the film industry. She has worked at top digital animation and visual effects studios including, PDI, Digital Domain, DreamWorks Feature Animation and Rhythm & Hues in Production Management.

    The breath of her experience has provided her with insight and understanding of the skills and challenges required by our industry. Her efforts have grown the outreach of Rhythm & Hues’ recruiting department and facilitated the identification of new and exciting talent.

    “I am deeply interested in assisting students aspiring to transition to the professional world. Making sure they have the tools they need to make that transition is vital.”