Studio Profile: Blur Studio

Studio Profile: Blur Studio

Located in Venice, California, Blur Studio has a wide range of creative experience in visual effects, animation, game cinematics, location based entertainment, commercials and trailers. One of their most recent and well-received pieces was the title sequence for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Mike Seymour visited Blur earlier this year to sit down with Tim Miller, CEO and co-founder.

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10 Responses to “Studio Profile: Blur Studio”

  1. Joel Pucchi

    2012-07-20T00:58:47-07:00

    For the love of god its Blur Studio NOT Blur Studios

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  2. Andy Nolan

    2012-07-20T05:51:10-07:00

    Tim Miller’s a straight talker, and loves creating the best work possible. I like that. Great interview, thanks for sharing.

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  3. Kurt

    2012-07-20T14:53:16-07:00

    Hey, thanks for putting this great interview up (but really wish it would have been longer)!

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  4. Guillaume

    2012-07-20T16:34:31-07:00

    Good interview, wish it could have been longer ! Tim Miller is a great Boss ! love his Philosophy, i’d like to see that more often in other studios ….

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  5. Iman

    2012-07-21T15:01:04-07:00

    Hi
    Very Good Interview

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  6. lostanimator

    2012-07-21T17:01:48-07:00

    great interview.. very informative

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  7. Movtec

    2012-07-23T15:16:01-07:00

    Great Interview, thanks for uploading it.
    Tim seems to be really “down to earth guy” and really like his approach,

    Best,
    Simon

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  8. Dan Durda

    2012-07-24T15:27:03-07:00

    Thanks for arranging that interview. I love Blur’s spacecraft work for both Avatar and Aliens of the Deep. It’s encouraging to hear Tim’s own words expressing his creative drive and management style.

    Dan

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  9. Sebastian Vuye

    2012-07-26T11:38:02-07:00

    Great interview!

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  10. Jeffrey Levenstone

    2012-07-30T06:58:26-07:00

    Tim miller always gives good interview. I also wish it was longer. i would also like to see regular interviews from him on the jobs he has worked with. He speaks straight and that is refreshing.

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