Q&A: Frazer Churchill on creating the VFX for The World's End & more!

Over the last 15 years the visual effects industry has exploded, with London now positioned at the heart of the VFX scene. Despite this being a relatively recent ascendance, there are only a handful of people that have been there from the start, and have experienced the phenomenal growth of this burgeoning industry: Frazer Churchill is one of them.

An industry veteran (not always a term appreciated by those it’s bestowed upon, but in this instance wholly fitting), Churchill began his career at the Moving Picture Company (MPC) where he became one of five artists who set up its new film division in 1994.

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