Jon Hollis' groundbreaking SFX work has been recognised at the IBC Awards, which were held in Amsterdam last month. The ceremony was arranged by Autodesk, whose Flame software Jon has been using to create memorable work for commercials and features for over twenty years.
As well as honouring his talent, his contribution towards the creative community was also recognised with the organisers praising Jon for his pivotal role in bringing Flame to the forefront of the visual effects world.
Jon said he was "honoured to receive the honour".
His brand-new post-production and visual effects venture launched recently. Named Raised By Wolves and founded by Jon and Tareq Kubaisi, the company offers Jon's talent and expertise in editing and VFX in collaboration with experienced and highly-regarded colourist Vic Parker. Production will be handled by the newly-appointed Gin Godden. Raised By Wolves offers Jon's Flame suite, as well as a newly-installed Baselight grading suite all operating under one roof; sharing premises with Nice Shirt Films in the bustling Newburgh Quarter, just off Carnaby Street in Soho.