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Lee Stringer was the Computer Graphics Supervisor for the Re-imagined Miniseries.
His interest in filmmaking, miniatures and special effects began at an early age after enjoying the Gerry Anderson series Thunderbirds and Space 1999 as a child in Great Britain.
Lee Stringer has an remarkable filmography that includes work on music videos, theme parks, feature films, animated television and video games.
Stringer was the CG Supervisor at Zoic Studios, where he worked on the Miniseries and the episode "33" the Re-imagined Series. Stringer also worked Joss Whedon's Firefly, which won an Emmy for special visual effects.
At Foundation Imaging, Stringer provided his talents for the director's cut of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. On television, Stringer provided his talents for Star Trek: Voyager for several seasons. He has also helped the popular independent fan film series, Star Trek: New Voyages.
A model maker as well, Stringer has created miniatures for film and television productions, including Cartoon Network's Space Ghost Coast to Coast.
Other notable credits include:
- Serenity, the Firefly series feature film (with Zoic Studios)
- Nova ScienceNow from PBS
- Captain Scarlett, the updated CGI version of the Gerry Anderson marionnette series.
- Battlestar Galactica: The Second Coming, the mock trailer by Richard Hatch
- Joss Whedon's Angel
Currently, Stringer is an instructor at the DAVE School, a remarkable and popular school for computer special effects and digital animation in Florida. He lives in Orlando, Florida.