Allan McKay is an award winning Visual Effects Supervisor and Technical Director in Hollywood - join Allan as he interviews many of the leading experts in Hollywood about their careers, pitfalls and what they took to succeed, while also gaining a lot of core knowledge to help build your career, money and success and skills to make the biggest impact in your career AND in your life!
288 -- Lux Machina
In this Podcast, Allan McKay interviews the team at Lux Machina -- Co-CEO Phil Galler and CTO Kris Murray -- about the company’s history, its most groundbreaking projects, as well as the biggest challenges and the future of virtual production.
287 -- The Sky’s the Limit
In this Podcast, Allan McKay discusses the importance of having a support system that makes you average up, not down; how and where to find it, as well as how to overcome the inner critic that holds you back.
286 -- 90% of Artists Fail
In this Podcast, Allan McKay confronts the excuses with which artists sabotage their careers and gives advice on how to make a choice to confront those excuses -- and to actually succeed!
285 -- Beeple -- Mike Winkelmann
Allan McKay interviews graphic designer Mike Winkelmann known as Beeple about finding inspiration for his daily art, the importance of discipline, building an audience and the myth of perfection.
284 -- Stand Out!
In this Podcast, Allan McKay talks about the importance of specializing, how to have different niches, how to adjust those niches for different clients -- and how to become memorable as the go-to person for a specific job.
283 -- Hugo Guerra
In this Podcast, Allan McKay and VFX Supervisor Hugo Guerra tackle the subjects of having a business mentality as artists, learning to negotiate and the importance of knowing your worth.
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I find a lot of Allan's insights to be valuable, no just for VFX, but for life in general (including parenting!) I really appreciate it!