Visual Effects Society Award winner Jenn Taylor brings 17 years of experience to her role as Associate Visual Effects Supervisor at Image Engine.
Jenn started her career in visual effects and animation at Bardel Entertainment in Vancouver, where she animated multiple cartoon television series. Then she moved to Singapore and worked as lead animator on Clone Wars at Lucasfilm Animation before starting at Image Engine in 2012.
Since joining Image Engine, Jenn has moved through the ranks from animator, senior animator, lead animator, and animation supervisor. She worked cross-functionally to develop creature and character styles and explored technical solutions for animation. In April 2022, Jenn was promoted to associate VFX supervisor at Image Engine.
Throughout all of her roles, Jenn has contributed to many of the studio’s roster of projects, such as Foundation season 2, The School for Good and Evil, Lost in Space, The Old Guard, The Twilight Zone, Carnival Row, Game of Thrones, Logan, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, Jurassic World, Chappie, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and more.
It was her work on The Loot Train Attack as a lead animator on Game of Thrones that earned her the VES Award for ‘Outstanding Animated Character in an Episode or Real-Time Project’ in 2018.