If you asked Flame Artist Mark Sullivan what he loves about work, he’d say he actually gets to play all day. This perspective has passionately and positively informed his career since he first connected to the industry as a part-time cameraman shooting wrestling matches. Eventually, he discovered the post production side of the business where his communication and computer science degrees found harmony with his creative eye...and the rest is history.
From The Salvation Army, to Ram, Kia, Frito Lay, and Firehouse Subs, among many others, the creative variety in Mark’s work is abundant. He was nominated for the Autodesk Flame Award and was a member of Autodesk’s Flame beta team, with an ever-present interest in tech’s support of creative process. Pinhole photography is one of his many hobbies, and he enjoys traveling across America with his wife and best friend Paula to find quirky, out-of-the-way attractions like the largest ball of twine or the geographical center of the 48 contiguous states.
Tim Nagle is Camp Lucky’s Senior Flame Artist. Among noted projects are collaborations with David Lowery on feature films The Green Knight, The Old Man & The Gun, and A Ghost Story. His commercial projects include campaigns with brands AT&T, Hershey’s, The Home Depot, Jeep, McDonald’s, Ram, among others.
Nagle began his formal career as an engineer for Solid State Logic, working with the company’s many clients, including Fox, Warner Bros., Skywalker Ranch, EA Games, Wonderland and ABC, among others. As a sound designer and engineer, he has lent his talent to features and television shows, including Glory Road, Friday Night Lights, and The Longest Yard.
As a finishing artist, Tim merges his technical expertise with a creative eye to shepherd projects to screens of all sizes.