NUKE and The Art of Digital Compositing at MEWShop



Manhattan Edit Workshop, the authorized digital training destination, in cooperation with The Foundry, present a FREE demo on NUKE, tolls that advance the art of digital compositing.

We invite you to join us on May 8th, 2013 for a “Tech Talk” on why NUKE is at the core of first-class compositing. NUKE comes jam-packed with tools to give artists greater freedom, arming them to tackle complex compositing challenges in new and efficient ways. Some of the highlights of NUKE are its speed and power, convenience for day-to-day compositing, and blurring the line between 2D and 3D. Deke Kinkaid, The Foundry’s demo artist extraordinaire, will give a demonstration and provide some sneak peaks on some of NUKE’s coolest features.


Deke Kincaid has 14 years of experience in the world of Visual Effects working on over 40 films, 50 commercials and a variety of television shows and video games. Some notable credits include Watchmen, Garfield 2The Waterhorse, The Black Eyed Peas Grammy award winning music video Boom Boom Pow, andPirates of the Caribbean 2 & 3. He has also had the pleasure of working at award winning companies such as Technicolor, Rhythm & Hues, Method, Riot, Asylum VFX, Motion Theory, and Weta Digital.


6:30pm: Refreshments and Meet & Greet at Manhattan Edit Workshop

7:00pm -8:30pm: Free NUKE Demo with Q&A at the end