Screen Scene VFX win Royal Television Society ‘Craft & Design’ Award for Ripper Street March 1, 2016


In a first for Irish VFX, Screen Scene have won a Royal Television Society ‘Craft & Design’ Award!

Spread over 27 categories, the RTS Craft and Design Awards recognise ‘the huge variety of skills that go into programme production, from costume design to multicamera work and VFX.’

Taking top honours in the category of Best ‘Effects- Digital’ for our work on Ripper Street Series Three episode ‘Whitechapel Terminus’, Screen Scene stalwarts Ed Bruce, Alan Collins & Nicholas Murphy were in attendance to collect their accolade at this years ceremony, which took place Monday night in London.

SSVFX were solely responsible for the Visual Effects on season three of Tiger Aspects period police drama, with Visual Effects Supervisor Ed Bruce overseeing his fantastic team here at our Dublin headquarters as well as providing the on-set supervision with VFX Coordinator Nicholas Murphy. The in-house team were managed and scheduled by VFX Producer Alan Collins and his VFX Coordinator Kenneth Coyne.

Massive congratulations to Tiger Aspect and all the SSVFX crew on the thoroughly deserved win! A fantastic breakdown of the award winning VFX work can be found below:

SSVFX’s upcoming projects include, ITV’s ‘The Frankenstein Chronicles‘, the screen adaptation of Ken Follett’s best selling novel ‘A Dangerous Fortune’ and the eagerly anticipated fourth and fifth series of ‘Ripper Street’.