What We Do

As the needs of productions have evolved over the course of the pandemic, we have expanded our service offering to include fully-remote workflows, dedicated on-premises workflows, and everything in between.

Our goal is to provide engineering expertise, custom storage solutions, and any type of workstation that a VFX production team will need both during a shoot and in post.

Our services include custom storage solutions, workstations for artists, coordinators, and dailies review, network security, and pipeline consulting. These can be hosted here in our datacenter, or delivered to a home or production office in the Los Angeles area.

Our main objective, after all is said and done, is to provide the highest quality engineering support, and thereby empower VFX productions to do what they do best: create.

Our Work

Locke and Key – Seasons 2 and 3 – Netflix
Completed 125 shots for both seasons 2 and 3 as final composites for this episodic series. In addition, we provided storage, VPN access, and multiple virtual machines for this production to enable a fully remote workflow during post production and principal photography for season 3.

Chupa – Netflix
Provided a custom on-site storage solution as well as VPN access and Filemaker database server for this project during principal photography as well as post production.

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings – Marvel
Completed 49 shots as final composites for this feature film, as a VFX vendor working with remote artists.

Birds of Paradise – Amazon Studios
Provided VPN access, storage, virtual machines, and support to enable a fully-remote workflow for this production.

Falcon and Winter Soldier – Marvel
Completed 274 shots as final composites for all episodes of this episodic series, as a VFX vendor working with remote artists. Also, provided Shotgun and Filemaker database design and support for the production during the run of the show.

The Christmas Chronicles 2 – Netflix
Provided VPN access, a firewall, and 3 artist workstations to this production to allow them to transition to a fully remote workflow at the start of the pandemic.

Joker – Warner Brothers
Provided workstations for five artists, a dailies review workstation, and network storage and security infrastructure for entire production. Built new tools and expanded upon existing Shotgun Studio toolset. Complied with Warner Brothers content security in an off-lot setting.

Escape Room and Goosebumps 2 – Sony
Provided workstations for five artists, a dailies review workstation, and network storage and infrastructure for both shows. Also provided Shotgun-based pipeline for artist shot tracking.

The Spy Who Dumped Me – Lionsgate
Provided artist workstations, network storage, infrastructure, and a Shotgun pipeline.

Warcraft, Spectral, and The Great Wall – Legendary
Built system to accommodate five VFX artists, and multiple shows for the same studio, which included an 80-core render farm.

Maleficent – Disney
Using a system design by Visual Effects Supervisor Carey Villegas, and with assistance from Digital Asset Manager Scott Fritzshall, built a custom transcoding solution to convert ARRI Raw and Phantom footage to DPX files for vendor use, effectively automating turnovers. Built out a system to accommodate nine VFX artists, including both Nuke and Flame, which included a 20-node render farm.

Iron Man 3 – Marvel Studios
Created a custom application to manage witness camera footage. Created a searchable database of all witness camera footage, including time code, shoot day, and unit. Application allowed an editor to import an EDL, and export transcoded imagery for each timecode match, for easy delivery to VFX vendors.

capital T – VFX Facility, Lahaina, HI
Responsible for support and maintenance of boutique VFX facility, which is MPAA/Marvel compliant.


Ned Wilson – Chief Engineer

mobile: 310-567-5740
e-mail: ned@qppe.tech