In these challenging times, due to the screen actors and writers’ strike, the VFX industry, like many others, faced incredible uncertainty. It deeply saddened me to see my state-of-the-art LiDAR Scanning equipment, a testament to years of investment, lying dormant. The most activity it has saw durring the strike was battery cycling – a poignant reminder of its readiness to spring back into action when normalcy resumes.
It’s been disheartening to witness the community of immensely talented individuals, colleagues, and friends, marking themselves as hashtagopentowork or facing layoffs. The resounding sentiment? An innate desire towork, contribute, and thrive.
My passion for LiDAR scanning has always been clear – from capturing the simplest park bench to the intricate details of the Bat Cave, every project is a puzzle I love solving.
Beyond this, my endeavors in the world of LiDAR have allowed me to indulge in other passions, like running a Record Shop and nurturing a Record Label. It’s this multifaceted journey that makes me yearn even more for the strike’s resolution.
I extend a genuine invitation to anyone in need of on-set scanning services, be it for location scouting, asset collection, or reference. Let’s have a conversation about your needs, so we can be poised to hit the ground running once circumstances allow. Having been in the LiDAR scanning industry since 2009, starting with “John Carter,” I can assure you of a seamless workflow, timely deliveries, and flexible, transparent pricing.
Whilst we have endured a depressingly quiet period, I remain optimistic about the coming resurgence. Know that I stand ready, “fully charged”, and eager to embark on new ventures when the time comes.