Scott E. Anderson

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Most Recent Affiliation(s):

  • Sony Pictures Imageworks, Senior Technical Director

Other Affiliation(s):

  • Industrial Light & Magic


  • SIGGRAPH 1991

    Scott Anderson is a senior technical director at Industrial Light & Magic, the special-effects production division of LucasArts Entertainment.

    Since coming to ILM Scott’s work includes underwater effects for The Hunt for Red October, and the pseudopod sequence from James Cameron’s Academy Award winning film The Abyss. In addition he has worked on a number of television projects including commercials for Diet Coke, and Star Tours, as well as a segment for the PBS series The Astronomers. Scott has just finished working as a Sequence Supervisor on James Cameron’s new film, Terminator 2 and is currently working on Star Trek VI.

    Prior to joining ILM as an animator, Scott was a member of Pacific Data Image’s research and development team. Scott graduated with an A.B. in Semiotics and an Sc.B. in Computer Science from Brown University. While at Brown he was a member of the Computer Graphics Group directed by Andries van Dam, and three time captain of the Brown Wrestling Team.

    SIGGRAPH 1990

    Scott is a Senior Technical Director at Industrial Light and Magic. He has worked on a number of theatric projects at ILM including The Abyss and The Hunt for Red October. He has also worked on a variety of television projects including a Star Tours commercial and a segment for an upcoming PBS series. Before joining ILM as an animator, Scott was a member of the Research and Development team at Pacific Data Images. Anderson graduated from Brown University with an A.B. in Semiotics and a Sc.B. in Computer Science.  



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