Emile Smith

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Emile Smith
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Role: Visual Effects Supervisor
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Date of Birth: October 7, 1971
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Age: 47
Nationality: USA USA
IMDb profile

Emile Smith is a fan of the original Battlestar Galactica and a Visual Effects Supervisor at Zoic Studios.

Having previously worked on Star Trek: Voyager, he was approached by Ronald D. Moore to work on the Miniseries. Together with Moore and director Michael Rymer, he worked on the pre-visualisations for the the Miniseries, working with them to develop the distinctive look for the series.

When production on the Miniseries commenced, Smith worked closely with Gary Hutzel, the Visual Effects Supervisor for the mini, and supervised the digital effects for the show, earning it the Visual Effects Society's 2004 award for Outstanding Visual Effects in a elevision Miniseries, Movie or a Special.

He continues his relationship with the series, overseeing the digital effects produced for the series by Zoic.

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