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Kerner Names Emmy Award VFX Producer Camille Cellucci as Executive Producer

Cellucci Was Visual Effects Producer on “The Green Hornet” And Was Recently Nominated for a 2011 VES Award for “Salt”

Kerner Optical (formerly known as ILM's "model shop") named Emmy Award winning Visual Effects Producer Camille Cellucci to the post of Executive Producer.


Most recently, Cellucci was Visual Effects Producer on the hit film “The Green Hornet,” and was nominated for a 2011 Visual Effects Society (VES) Award for her work as Visual Effects Producer on “Salt.”

Edmeades said, “In addition to Camille’s 20-plus years in the visual effects industry, her enthusiasm for this specialized work makes her the perfect fit for Kerner. She’s led some of the top creative forces in Hollywood and has been honored with an Emmy Award and four VES Award nominations, not to mention the vital role she played as James Cameron’s Visual Effects Producer on ‘Titanic.’”

Adds Partridge, “We are delighted to have Camille join the Kerner team. Camille is a renowned member of the visual effects industry, and has participated in some of the biggest hit films of the recent past. We look for her now to play a key role in the expansion of our businesses both in the areas of practical effects and miniatures, as well as with our 3D content production.”

Cellucci said, “Kerner feels like coming home. My visual effects career began at ILM, and the model shop was one of my favorite departments. To work with such an incredible team of talented artists is a great honor. With my recent experience in 3D, I’m excited about Kerner’s new, state-of-the-art 3D camera rigs. I look forward to building on Kerner’s rich past and fostering new and creative partnerships thoughout the film industry.”

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