I'm a Cinematic/ 3D artist that's passionate about games and film. I’m keen to get into the industry and continuously push my cinematic ability forwards, learning new skills and techniques whilst absorbing other workflows from other artists and professionals. Game Cinematics and Film are a huge part of my interests from being able to portray creativity through cinematography but also making sure the viewers will always be engaged throughout. My current goal is to become a Cinematic Artist with strong knowledge of Environment Art.
GET TO KNOW URIM
WHAT IS YOUR DREAM JOB TO START YOUR CAREER WITH?
My dream job would be to work on a AAA title and create the most beautiful, story-driven cinematics, whether that'll be the initial trailer for that game and/or in-game cut scenes.
DESCRIBE YOURSELF IN FIVE WORDS OR LESS.
Creative / Innovative / Visionary / Motivated / Ambitious.
IF YOU WERE AN ANIMAL, WHICH ONE WOULD YOU BE? AND WHY?
Eagle - fearless, tenacious, have a vision, does not fly with other birds, never eat dead meat, nurture the young ones. Sets an example for the youths to learn and master its skills.
WHERE DO YOU SEE YOURSELF IN 5 YEARS?
In 5 years, I would want to see myself working on a game cinematic trailer or cut-scene. During this process, I would've established many new skills in the industry and continuously push this knowledge further.
TELL US AN ACHIEVEMENT YOU'RE PROUD OF.
My collection of trophies and medals from Table Tennis tournaments. I spent years training and perfecting new skills throughout the learning process. I've hung up my medals in my room, and they always remind me of the dedication it took to get to that stage.
WHAT YOU RATHER BE A WIZARD, JEDI OR SUPERHERO? AND WHY?
I would want to be a wizard because I would love for someone to say to me 'You're a wizard Harry!' Even though my name isn't Harry, the power of that statement can change a mans vision of life.
WHICH GAME INSPIRED YOU THE MOST TO CHOOSE THIS CAREER PATH?
I would say The Incredibles on PS2. It's an oldy but goldy. This game had so much impact on me choosing this career path, I would always ask myself, 'how did they even make that?' And now, 15 years later, I'm saying 'I know how to make that now.'
WHY DO YOU DESERVE A GREATER SHARE OF SPACE IN THE YEARBOOK?
My spot in the yearbook should be reserved with a red carpet and wine, upon entrance😝. I've helped my teammates with cinematics for their projects throughout the course. They would always come to me if they needed any composition advice, etc. I would constantly be willing to help.