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Kirsty Millar's career began in broadcast TV in the 1980's. After gaining further experience working at London post houses such as The Mill and Smoke & Mirrors, in 1997 she returned to her native Sydney to continue working on high-end TV commercials within the Animal Logic compositing team.
As Animal Logic moved into feature film VFX, so did Kirsty, where her meticulous eye for detail made her a natural fit. As one of the original members of Animal Logic's film crew, she initially composited and sequence supervised on early projects such as Mouse Hunt, Babe: Pig in the City, The Matrix and Moulin Rouge!.
Since then, Kirsty has gone on to supervise numerous VFX projects from the initial script breakdown & methodology phase, through pre-production, look-development & on-set supervision, to leading a team of artists to final delivery. She's credited as VFX Supervisor on features such as House of Flying Daggers, Animal Logic's stable of sequences for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and Zack Snyder's 300 (for which she received a VES nomination for Best Single Visual Effect). Kirsty holds an International Press Academy 'Satellite Award' for Best Visual Effects on House of Flying Daggers (which she shares with Andy Brown) and was nominated for a 2005 BAFTA Award for the same film in the 'Achievement in Special Visual Effects' category. In addition to contributing to The Great Gatsby and The LEGO® Movie as VFX Plate Supervisor, Kirsty's recent credits include Insurgent and Monk Comes down the Mountain.