Tim Maupin
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Tim Maupin is an experienced stereographer, award-winning filmmaker, and teaches 3D Stereoscopic Cinema at Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri. Tim has two Associates Degrees, one in art and the other in computer programming. He has a BA from Webster University in Film Production. He is now on their faculty teaching 3D filmmaking.

He’s an experienced cinematographer in both film and digital media, and has made four 3D films as a stereographer with experience in Red and SI workflows, one of which was an official selection at the 3D Film Festival. He has also completed Element Technica rig training and has significant on-set experience with their rigs. He’s been a camera operator for shows for Discovery Channel as well as TLC, and was recently a DP on a Nickelodeon show and the DP/stereographer on an episode of 3NET’s Bloody Good.

On the post side he has converted 2D animations to 3D stereo and done extensive CG/matchmoving work making “frozen” shots in 3D stereo. He’s experienced in many of the key software platforms including Cinema 4D and Nuke for VFX work.

Tim has won awards for commercials (in a contest sponsored by FedEx) and Cinematography; he won a contest for a commercial that was bought by Snickers and placed first in a VFX contest judged by Aaron Pfau of Sony Imageworks. He was the recipient of a Kodak Film Grant and won best drama for A Small World, a short that appeared in several film festivals.

He also has experience as a writer, director, and editor in both film and commercials. Two shorts have played in various festivals, including the notable Indie Memphis Fest. Tim’s diverse and extensive background as an award-winning 3D filmmaker with broader experience as a writer, director and editor make him the ideal person to head up our 3D Creative, Technical, and Post Departments.