Landon Bootsma, Founder & VFX Supervisor
In 2003, Landon Bootma’s began his career in the VFX industry as a 3D artist for a small company called Harwood. Since then he has moved steadily up through the ranks in the world of compositing working for some of the largest production houses this planet has to offer- ILM, Weta, Technicolor, Sony and MPC to name but a few. Landon’s extensive experience has taken him to every corner of the world- Sydney, Wellington, London and of course Vancouver.
Outside that of work, Landon’s life is as dynamic as the shots he lends to create. With his passion for the mentorship of others, he has devoted his free time to the Art Institute of Vancouver and the Vancouver Institute of Media Arts in his role as VFX Instructor. He also sat on the board of Visual Effects Society as social chair and on the board of non profit organization Working Gear. He also joined the management team at the Winter Olympics in Sochi and fought in the Aprons for Gloves Charity boxing event in 2014 and he won!
In 2016, Landon decided to return to his roots and settle in Vernon, BC where he opened up his own studio BOOTVFX and has enjoyed continued success ever since.
Landon has a strong work ethic, a sincere approach to serve and is excited to innovate and make better anything that comes his way.