Visual Effects Supervisor
Award-winning Visual Effects Supervisor Jean-Luc Dinsdale has brought his expertise to dozens of feature films, episodics, and shorts. With a strong background in photography and cinematography, an extensive technological background, and a natural eye for beauty, Jean-Luc’s goal is to fully pursue his passion: storytelling through the art and science of emerging digital technologies.
Jean-Luc’s work has been recognized by several entities, and he is the winner of the 2013 Leo Award for Best Visual Effects in a Dramatic Series and the 1993 National Film Board cinematography award. A few of Jean-Luc’s notable credits include Dante Lam's "Rescue," the CW's “Arrow,” “Prison Break,” “The Secret Circle,” “Smallville,” “Fido,” Disney’s “The Santa Clause 2,” Stephen King’s “Kingdom Hospital,” “Stargate SG-1,” “The X-Files,” and “Edison & Leo,” Canada’s first stop-motion feature film.
Most recently, Jean-Luc completed work as the Digital Domain VFX supervisor on Netflix’s “Extraction 2,” which is set to release this June. Prior to that, Jean-Luc oversaw the completion of 300 visual effects shots as VFX Supervisor on the Marvel Studios’ hit series “Loki,” which earned Jean-Luc and his team a VES Award for their compositing and lighting work. For the series, Jean-Luc and his team of artists were tasked with showcasing the destruction of an alien world throughout an entire episode and creating a three-minute "oner" where a crowded city collapses around the show's heroes as they try to escape a deadly meteor shower.
Jean-Luc has brought exceptional visual effects artistry and technology innovation to each and every project for over two decades. He is one of Digital Domain’s many talented visual effects supervisors.