Co-founder, VFX Supervisor - Atomic Fiction
Kevin is co-founder and VFX Supervisor at Atomic Fiction, a studio pioneering the use of cloud computing to improve the filmmaking process. There, he has supervised visuals for projects including Flight, Star Trek Into Darkness, two Transformers franchise installments, and Robert Zemeckis's upcoming film, The Walk. He is also CEO of the groundbreaking cloud rendering platform, ConductorIO, which will be released to the public by the end of 2015.
Before launching Atomic Fiction and ConductorIO, Baillie supervised at ImageMovers Digital on motion capture-driven features, and at The Orphanage on award-winning movies such as Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End, Night At The Museum, Superman Returns, Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire and HellBoy.
Baillie's film career began very early on, when he joined Lucasfilm's JAK Films division as a pre-visualization artist on Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace at the age of 18.
He is a member of the Visual Effects Society and an active participant in the educational community, talking to students and educators in an effort to inform and inspire the next generation of filmmakers. Outside of work, his hobby is racing cars within SCCA’s Spec Miata series.