The horrific events regarding Ukrain, remind me of the people I got to know whilst working on a commercial shoot, back in 2014. They must be living through hell, as I write these words, and for the foreseeable future — hour by hour, day by day…relentlessly. Mostly, my thoughts go to an excellent location handler… Read more »
Posts By: Aviv Yaron
The Israeli identity is attached to my name — even in professional context and commercial circumstances. Therefore, I cannot remain ‘politically silent’. Inspired by the Palestinian and Jewish activists in Israel-Palestine who have come together to protest the occupation and violence and call for equality and justice, I’m attending a Na’amod rally on Wednesday (19th… Read more »
Earlier this week, the Bourne Stuntacular won a VES award for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Special Venue Project. Congratulations to all who took part in this project — in particular, the teams that supported our on-location adventures. Aviv Yaron had the pleasure of providing extremely high resolution background environment photography, as well as photogrammetry… VES award”>Read more »
‘…If the experience of the financial and COVID crises teaches us anything — it is humility. We cannot anticipate every risk or plan for every contingency, but we can, and must, plan for failure. That means creating an anti-fragile system. A system that can withstand both the risks we see and those we do not…’ Mark… Read more »
Universal Studios Florida’s new stunt show, The Bourne Stuntacular, received a Thea Award for outstanding achievement. I had the privilage of working alongside VFX supervisor Salvador Zalvidea — providing high resolution background environment photography, photogrammetry and textures (locations work across Morocco and Turkey). Read more about it here: https://www.cartoonbrew.com/theme-parks/wild-rides-a-look-at-the-burgeoning-business-of-animation-for-attractions-197460.html
On ‘The Bourne Stuntacular’ Aviv Yaron photographed, in both Turkey and Morocco, very high resolution environment and texture elements for a CG background — later, to be projected via a 130 feet (40m) wide and 28 feet (8.5m) tall LED screen, as part of ‘…One of the largest structures ever created for a Universal show…’
Very privilaged to have seen ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ yesterday, at the Cast & Crew screening. Many congratulations to all who took part in it.