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Add an “!” to your Corporate Move Announcement Print E-mail
Thursday, 18 May 2017 16:42

Eight weeks ago, Neoscape employees got their first glimpse of the new space they would be moving into. After much input and collaboration from owners, principals and teams, their comments were translated into a series of 3D renderings created by Neoscape’s own employees. The best part was putting on the HTC Vive goggles and experiencing the space in virtual reality by walking, teleporting and even squatting near proposed lounges and workstations.

Visualization tools like these can help current employees see a company’s expansion or new headquarters from a different perspective. They are additionally helpful for public relations and recruiting. By promoting your company’s mission through visual storytelling, you help future employees make easier decisions. These tools can show what you value in workplace environments and the surrounding community.

In addition to 3D renderings and virtual reality, Neoscape can create short films that tell your location, amenity and transportation story through motion graphics, b-roll and stylized maps that an employee can easily digest and understand, helping them become more familiar with their new neighborhood.

Want a sneak peek of our new studio space in Boston? Take a look here. Or come visit us at the Innovation and Design Building. Same building, better view!

http://www.vimeo.com/217551365

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Get to Know Jamie Otway, Digital Artist in our San Francisco Studio Print E-mail
Wednesday, 03 May 2017 21:03

A digital artist in Neoscape’s San Francisco studio, Jamie is expert at translating client design and business objectives into beautiful marketing imagery. Trained in traditional art disciplines, he has an in-depth understanding of design principles and what makes a visualization truly stunning. Jamie’s expertise with lighting and texturing is seen in all aspects of his work and allows him to create imagery with a distinct mood and atmosphere. He makes the unimaginable tangible, creating beautifully choreographed images that tell meaningful stories.

Jamie’s career in architectural visualization has taken him across the country, beginning with a two-year stint as organic modeler at Karine Rousseau Design Studio in Miami, where he modeled custom furniture for a wide variety of projects. His collaboration style and attention to detail made him an easy client favorite. He also worked at Atomic Specialties in Louisville, Kentucky as 3D artist and digital sculptor. Jamie has now been working in San Francisco’s architectural visualization industry since 2014, and his knowledge of the local market and familiarity with design styles make him an invaluable asset to the Neoscape studio.

Jamie graduated from Full Sail University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Animation.

Painter, Kung Fu movie fan, piano player, photographer – Jamie’s fascination with all things creative make him a pretty talented digital artist (and not such bad company, either).  When he’s not at home creating, he can be found exploring, hiking, and camping his way through California, with the occasional break for video games or to catch a Warriors game.

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Get to Know Jamie Otway, Digital Artist in our San Francisco Studio Print E-mail
Wednesday, 03 May 2017 21:03

A digital artist in Neoscape’s San Francisco studio, Jamie is expert at translating client design and business objectives into beautiful marketing imagery. Trained in traditional art disciplines, he has an in-depth understanding of design principles and what makes a visualization truly stunning. Jamie’s expertise with lighting and texturing is seen in all aspects of his work and allows him to create imagery with a distinct mood and atmosphere. He makes the unimaginable tangible, creating beautifully choreographed images that tell meaningful stories.

Jamie’s career in architectural visualization has taken him across the country, beginning with a two-year stint as organic modeler at Karine Rousseau Design Studio in Miami, where he modeled custom furniture for a wide variety of projects. His collaboration style and attention to detail made him an easy client favorite. He also worked at Atomic Specialties in Louisville, Kentucky as 3D artist and digital sculptor. Jamie has now been working in San Francisco’s architectural visualization industry since 2014, and his knowledge of the local market and familiarity with design styles make him an invaluable asset to the Neoscape studio.

Jamie graduated from Full Sail University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Animation.

Painter, Kung Fu movie fan, piano player, photographer – Jamie’s fascination with all things creative make him a pretty talented digital artist (and not such bad company, either).  When he’s not at home creating, he can be found exploring, hiking, and camping his way through California, with the occasional break for video games or to catch a Warriors game.

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Get to Know Jamie Otway, Digital Artist in our San Francisco Studio Print E-mail
Wednesday, 03 May 2017 17:03

A digital artist in Neoscape’s San Francisco studio, Jamie is expert at translating client design and business objectives into beautiful marketing imagery. Trained in traditional art disciplines, he has an in-depth understanding of design principles and what makes a visualization truly stunning. Jamie’s expertise with lighting and texturing is seen in all aspects of his work and allows him to create imagery with a distinct mood and atmosphere. He makes the unimaginable tangible, creating beautifully choreographed images that tell meaningful stories.

Jamie’s career in architectural visualization has taken him across the country, beginning with a two-year stint as organic modeler at Karine Rousseau Design Studio in Miami, where he modeled custom furniture for a wide variety of projects. His collaboration style and attention to detail made him an easy client favorite. He also worked at Atomic Specialties in Louisville, Kentucky as 3D artist and digital sculptor. Jamie has now been working in San Francisco’s architectural visualization industry since 2014, and his knowledge of the local market and familiarity with design styles make him an invaluable asset to the Neoscape studio.

Jamie graduated from Full Sail University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Animation.

Painter, Kung Fu movie fan, piano player, photographer – Jamie’s fascination with all things creative make him a pretty talented digital artist (and not such bad company, either).  When he’s not at home creating, he can be found exploring, hiking, and camping his way through California, with the occasional break for video games or to catch a Warriors game.

 

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Get to Know Jason Addy, San Francisco Production Lead Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 May 2017 20:06

As art director and production lead of Neoscape San Francisco, Jason manages not only the creative production teams, but also the internal resources necessary to support the studio’s growth. In this key strategic role, he is instrumental in extending the Neoscape brand and culture to the West Coast, creating a world-class studio that fosters our core values of collaboration, drive, and creativity. Jason thrives on client partnerships, and they in turn rely on his creative instinct to find and deliver the best solutions for their business challenges. Working for over a decade in the industry, Jason is expert at using his artistic abilities to create clean, sophisticated work that tells project stories with impact. His intimate knowledge of the local market, years of production and management experience, and exceptional client service—combined with his familiarity with Neoscape—make him the perfect fit to lead Neoscape San Francisco.

Jason first worked at Neoscape in 2011 as senior digital artist, where he directed several of the Boston studio’s visualization teams, mentored junior artists, and created some of Neoscape’s most beautiful work. He was the team lead on film and 3D illustration production for a number of Safdie Architects’ most complex international developments, including Chongqing and Altair. Before joining Neoscape Boston, Jason honed his architectural visualization skills at HMC Architects and WLC Architects, both in southern California. He was also a corporal in the United States Marine Corps from 2001 – 2005. Most recently, Jason was production director for a visualization studio in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Jason’s work has been recognized with numerous awards including the American Society of Architectural Illustrators’ prestigious Hugh Ferriss Memorial Prize in 2013 for his 3D illustration of over,under’s Museo Maya de America project. He also received an ASAI Award of Excellence in 2011 and has had several images featured in Ballistic Publishing’s Exposé series. From 2009-2013, Jason served as editor for cgpress.org, researching and creating new content, writing software reviews, and updating the site with new content. He is also currently a senior lecturer at California College of the Arts where he teaches 3D visualization and storytelling, with a focus on architecture and design.

Jason spends most of his weekends hiking, camping, shooting photos of landscapes—and generally being inspired by California’s great outdoors. There may also be a few IPAs and a little rye whiskey involved. He and his wife Angel (whom he met while working at Neoscape Boston) share a dog named Mo and a cat named Gordon. He loves anything mid-century, and lastly, he’s a Pittsburgh Penguins hockey fan, which makes for some interesting rivalries with the New York and Boston studios.

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