Inferno Artist Brian McIntyre has made quite an impact in his career as a visual effects compositor, working on major TV series such as House, MD, Weeds and The Closer. His work on Castle, seamlessly transforming Los Angeles-shot sequences into New York locations during post-production, grabbed the attention of the editors of POST magazine, who featured him in a 2010 article about the state of the art of VFX for television.
McIntyre started his post-production career in sound, having worked at POP (Pacific Ocean Post) Sound as an audio assist/dubber. He found his true calling once he learned Photoshop in order to create that company's demo reel design. His love of the work and the responses his designs received sent him full-throttle into the field of compositing. After a few years perfecting his craft, McIntyre joined Encore and has been taking on challenging and creative 2D VFX assignments ever since.
McIntyre graduated from the University of California San Diego with a BA in Psychology, and a "Masters in Surfing."