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Producer, screen writer.
Composer. Nominated five times for an Academy Award and twice for a Golden Globe. More than 400 TV & film credits in all.
Author who wrote four novels that have been adapted into the following movies:
Orchestrator of major films.
One of Hollywood's top film designers. After beginning film work as a conceptual designer and illustrator, he spent five years as visual-effects art director at Industrial Light and Magic. Because he wanted to be closer to the design process, he then became an independent freelancer. Today, he is usually the lead conceptual artist on films. His work also extends to video games such as Crysis and Black.
Visual effects executive producer. Executive VP, Sony Pictures Imageworks. Previously head of production at Industrial Light and Magic.
* She was visual effects producer at Industrial Light and Magic at the time of these two shows.
Read UC Magazine feature on Denise and another alumna, Jessica Scott-Peel, who helped bring us "Oz: The Great and Powerful."
Model maker, supervisor. Created and/or supervised miniature model work for these films, while working with Kerner Optical and Industrial Light and Magic.
Art director, assistant art director, set designer.
Emmy-winning makeup artist.
Composer, orchestrator, conductor, score producer, pianist, songwriter. Received BMI’s Outstanding Career Achievement Award, '03, and UC's Kautz Alumnni Master Program award, '13.
Tony-winner composer, lyricist and actor.
Palestinian American director, producer, screenwriter. Named one of Variety magazine's "10 Directors to Watch in 2009."
Stunt performer who also performs at red-carpet and dignitary events for films, including the following. Received CCM's 2010 Julia Winter Cohen Career Excellence Award.
LINK: See his extensive award-winning Broadway credits.
Assistant costume designer, set costumer and crew.
LINK: See TV credits.
Producer. Production manager. Writer. Actor.
Editor, assistant producer or production assistant on nine films.
Oscar-nominated lead-character animator.
LINK: See his Emmy-nominated TV credits.
LINK: See TV credits.
Assistant costume director.
LINK: Read UC Magazine feature about Peel-Scott and a DAAP grad who were critical in the production of the Oz movie.
Visual effects art director. Now directing and writing independent films. Won prizes in three film festivals.
Keyboardist, composer and arranger who founded the Manhattan Jazz Orchestra and Quintet.
Senior vice president for technical operations at Paramount Studios, the last remaining movie studio located in Hollywood. The sprawling 50-acre lot consumes 26 square blocks in the middle of downtown, where it accommodates, among other things:
LINK: Read the UC Magazine feature on Tom Bruehl.
Emmy-winning wigmaker, hairdresser.
Audio engineer for A/D productions. Has worked in Denmark, Portugal, the Netherlands and China.
System architect of the digital effects computer system for the following movie:
LINK: See his note in the Dream Job Update section.
Producer. Since 2013, has been director of production at Vevo, a music-video website. Former producer at FUSE TV and graphics consultant at Comedy Central.