Over the course of nearly two decades Mark has worked on various projects in varying roles from 3D Generalist to VFX Supervisor within the VFX Industry.
His prime focus has been in the development and creation of visual effects for the Commericial, Broadcast and feature film departments of some of the more well known post production houses in and around London, contributing to some of the most ambitious commercial campaign's and film productions, Harry Potter, Pirates of the Carribean and Clash of the Titans to name but a few. These productions and many more have offered up a number of incredible challenges but given Mark a vast and broad experience of visual effects.
2016 Assassins Creed (Lead 3D Artist) Double Negative
2016 Star Trek Beyond (Senior Lookdev and Lighting TD)
Double Negative London
2014 Floogals (lookdevelopment) Jellyfish
2014 Electricity (CG Supervisor) Outpost VFX
2012 Dark Shadows (senior lighting technical director) MPC
2012 World War Z (3D Generalist, Previz) MPC (Uncredited)
2012 Wrath of the Titans (Lookdev/Senior lighting technical director) MPC
2011 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (senior lighting technical director) MPC
2011 Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (Lookdev/ Senior lighting technical director) MPC
2010 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (Lookdev/Senior lighting technical director) MPC
2010 Aftershock (lighting td) MPC
2010 Clash of the Titans (lighting technical director) MPC
2009 Case 39 (cg artist: Rainmaker)
2008 The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (lighting technical director: MPC)
2008 Vantage Point (CG artist: Rainmaker)
2007 Fred Claus (CG artist) Rainmaker
2007 1408 (digital artist) Rainmaker
2007 Rome (TV series) (digital artist - 1 episode)
– Deus Impeditio Esuritori Nullus (No God Can Stop a Hungry Man) (2007) (digital artist)
2006 Garfield 2 (lighting: Rainmaker)
2006 The Da Vinci Code (3D generalist -Rainmaker)
2006 I Should be alive. 12 part TV series for the discovery channel (VFX Supervisor) 422
2003 - 2005 Captain Scarlet (TV series) (CG Supervisor: Scarlet Team - 8 episodes) Double Negative/ Scarlet digital imaging. The Undistructible Company.
2000 -2001 Audio Motion Various Projects. (3D Generalist)
2016 Gangoul & Tricksy: Don't be Mean this Halloween
Commercials 2006 - 2014
Hiede Theme Park - Demon 2014
Sky Christmas Ident s 2013 (CG Supervisor)
More Than Home Insurance (3D Animator)
Toyota Covered (CG Supervisor) MPC
Evian Baby (Lookdev/ Senior Lighting TD) MPC
Kerry Low Low Cheese (Senior Lighting TD) MPC
Trident Fresh (Lead Artist) MPC
Marks and Spencers Womens wear (3D Generalist)MPC
Cif Power cream 2010 (CG supervisor) MPC
Wrigleys Fruit (Senior Lighting TD) MPC
Orange Dial Hard (Senior Lighting TD MPC
Plane Stupid Polar Bear (Senior Lighting TD MPC
Sainsbury Car Insurance ( CG Supervisor )
Saturn Commercials (3D Generalist) Rushes
Coca Cola Beijing Olympics 3D Generalist)
Boomerang Channel Idents (3D Generalist)
Doctor Soft (3D Generalist) The Mill(3D Generalist )
Mark Harrison VFX Artist
In 2003 Mark was recruited to work on New Captain Scarlet at Pinewwod studios. in a very short period as a 3D generalist he was promoted to CG Supervisor working alongside Ron Thornton and the late Gerry Anderson to help complete several episodes of the ground breaking animated Sci-Fi/Action TV show.
After Scarlet was completed he expanded his knowledge working in Bristol and london. His first job on a major feature film was with 'Rainmaker UK' who had won their pitch to create visual effects on the 'Davinci Code'.
From then on Mark freelanced in London pursuing his passion for Character and creature creation and Lookdevelopment work which he ultimately found whilst working at MPC (Moving Picture Company) for more than five years.
In 2012 Mark was a member of the MPC visual effects team who won a BAFTA for their work on the final installment of Harry Potter and the Deadly Hallows.
More recently in 2013, Mark joined Outpost's team in Bournemouth as CG Supervisor to create and deliver all the visual effects for the feature film 'Electricity'. A film produced by Stone City and directed by Bryn Higgins. This was a return for Mark to the 3D Generalist enviroment where it is necessary to not only organise and Supervise the project but develope you own shots for the film.
More recently Mark has taken time to persue his interest in creative writing. He has combined his knowledge of visual effects and animation in his story telling to produce 'Gangoul and Tricksy: The Animated book. Gangoul and Tricksy is the first of a number of projects set to be produced under the banner of the newly formed 'Shadoworks Animation' .