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Recording the world’s first human and animal optical motion capture data for feature films and commercial video games, he developed many of the techniques that are still in use today.
From robotic engineering for Babe, The Adventures of Pinocchio, Loch Ness, through to breathing life into the horses for Red Dead Redemption video game, Richard has continued to push the creative boundaries of what is technically achievable.
Before he joined the BBC, Chris worked in production for BT Vision and IMG.
Prior to this, Greg was a Strategic Partner Lead for Mobile Partnerships EMEA at Google.
With over 26 years’ experience he is has been instrumental in creating some of the most complex in-camera cinematography.
His career began at Jim Henson’s Creature Shop – UK, in control systems engineering, and he quickly became one of the founding team members of their ground breaking computer graphics department.
Projects that he has delivered include a European first in 2014 with the Queen’s Christmas message filmed in UHD and broadcast on the BBC i Player, as well as producing two experiential 360 films from the heart of the Strictly Come Dancing dancefloor, offering the audience a never before seen perspective of the award winning show - a first for the broadcaster using this technology.
Chris also lead on the delivery of a multi-rig, live 360 stream of London’s New Year’s Eve firework display.