|Virtual Vegas: Turbo Blackjack (1995)||(Design)|
|Ms. Metaverse (1995)||(Writers)|
|Ms. Metaverse (1995)||(Graphics Design)|
|Virtual Vegas: Turbo Blackjack (1995)||(3-D Modeling)|
|Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003)||(CG Supervisor)|
|Ms. Metaverse (1995)||(Director)|
|Halo 3 (2007)||(Zoic Studios)|
In 2007, Andrew Orloff is Zoic Studios’ Creative Director as well as the VFX Supervisor. He has been with the company since its inception in 2002 and now leads Zoic’s award-winning episodic television division and the dynamic and ever-expanding work in the videogame and mobile realm.
His wealth of television credits include VFX Supervisor for “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (three seasons), VFX Supervisor for “CSI: Miami” (season 2), and VFX Supervisor for the pilots for “NYPD 2069” and “Global Frequency.” With over 100 motion control shoots to his name, Orloff was instrumental in setting up Zoic’s insert stage used for both episodic and commercial projects.
In the gaming arena, Orloff has contributed to such high-end projects as the design and creation of a 360-degree experience for EA via Arnson Communications to showcase the captivating power of EA’s titles at E3. He has also worked on such wildly popular music videos as Linkin Park’s “Points of Authority” and “In the End.”
A graduate of UCLA’s school of Theatre, Film and Television, Orloff is also on the Advisory Board at Gnomon School of Visual Effects, and has created numerous instructional DVDs on visual effects and CG production. He has also been a featured speaker at various conferences and industry events including VES. His expertise has led to numerous media opportunities including extensive interviews in such noted publications as Cinefex and CGW.
Last updated: Sep 13, 2007