Special Effects Technician
Marvel Studios
US

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0396700/?ref_=nv_sr_1

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Sean House

For over 20 years, Sean has been an active member of the Bay Area Film Community working on well over 40 Feature Films, multiple TV Series and hundreds of commercials. The continued practiced diversity of his work experience has created a well rounded artist and technician in multiple disciplines of the film making craft.

He has for the past 6 + years led the Model/Fabrication Department at 32Ten Studios for Practical VFX work on films such as "Rogue One, a Star Wars story", "Jurassic World, "Tomorrowland", "Transformers:Age of Extinction" and many more. As a model maker Sean has contributed to films such as "Priest", "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull", "Terminator: Salvation", Matrix: Reloaded/Revolution and others.

In 2016, Sean traveled for 5 months as the On-Set Dresser for the action unit of "The Fast and the Furious 8", 2 1/2 months of which were spent filming in Iceland. This particular job required close coordination with both the Special Effects and Visual Effects departments.

He has served as Property Master on projects as diverse as George Lucas’s "Red Tails", the TV Series pilot "Fairly Legal", and "San Andreas" staring Dwayne Johnson.

As Set Dresser and Prop Maker he has worked on such movies as "Milk", and "The Pursuit of Happyness", as well as TV series such as "Parenthood", and "Monk". Sean also has honed his skills in the SPFX department with work as Special Effects Coordinator on both seasons of the HBO series "Looking", Tim Burtons "Big Eyes" and the Netflix series "13 Reasons Why".

When he is not on set, Sean is an active film community leader: In 2001 he founded the Bay Area Film Alliance and in 2004 he co-founded the Oakland Film Center, a film business co-operative which encompassed 32 individual businesses. He has also been a frequent industry adviser to Mayors in San Francisco and Oakland, and continues to advocate for the Bay Area film community on both the local and state front.