SVP Creative Production, DNEG Animation
David Prescott is SVP Creative at DNEG Animation. With a career spanning over three decades, he has served as creative supervisor on a wide range of award-winning projects, including 'What Dreams May Come', 'Fight Club', 'X-Men', 'Transformers', and 'Rise of the Guardians'.
In addition to his creative achievements, David holds an impressive history of technical innovations, from creating the first 'L-system' tree ever to be used in VFX to designing a pre-vis system that allows for motion-control model sequences to be determined prior to shooting. He also closely collaborated with Erik Nash and Roger Deakins on the colour process for ‘Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?’ — the first film to use an all-digital colour grading process.
Today, David oversees all aspects of Creative Production for DNEG Animation, devoting his energy, experience and technical vision to helping filmmakers bring new ideas to the screen.