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Jamie Gwilliam

3d Design Visualisation Specialist, Autodesk, EMIA. Jamie specialises in the use of 3ds Max, 3ds Max Design, Mudbox, and Combustion within the architectural and design visualisation communities. His production-proven skills cover advanced animation techniques, photorealistic texturing, lighting and complex modelling. London based, Jamie graduated from Loughborough University with a 2:1, in Industrial design. This lead to employment in a product design company, various specialist architectural visualisation companies and a well respected architectural practice. Resulting in 6 years of creative production experience, before joining Autodesk in 2005 as 3d product specialist. Well known within the industry, Jamie now gives inspirational presentations throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Africa about 3ds Max, and its advanced use. Most recently focusing on mental ray and the gems it can offer the specialist and new user. His goal is to encourage all user abilities, and broaden the use of positive visualisation, by demystifying the processes involved.

Contact Info

Email:
jamie.gwilliam@autodesk.com

Stories

  • Image from the article on pixels

    IT: pixels, conversions and podcastsSubscription

    14 April, 2009

    Jamie Gwilliam’s best of the web this month

  • Example of Indigo rendered image

    IT: new renderer, soundtrack downloads and cookie cut-outsSubscription

    11 March, 2009

    Autodesk’s Jamie Gwilliam gives his latest update on the world of 3dsMax freebies

  • IT: Wii

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    25 February, 2009

    Jamie Gwilliam highlights the goings-on in Autodesk Labs

  • IT: MAXSript

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    24 February, 2009

    Autodesk’s Jamie Gwilliam demonstrates a useful script for using exported CAD data within 3ds Max

  • IT: daylight

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    24 February, 2009

    Jamie Gwilliam highlights two useful daylight analysis resources for architects

  • IT: script

    IT: more scriptSubscription

    24 February, 2009

    Jamie Gwilliam reveals his favourite scripts of 2008

  • IT: CAT

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    24 February, 2009

    Jamie Gwilliam announces the free download of CAT for 3dsMax/Design 2009 subscribers

  • Autodesk's Youtube channel

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    24 February, 2009

    Jamie Gwilliam advises on which scripts all 3ds Max users should have in their toolbox

  • IT: ivy

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    13 January, 2009

    The next time you need to make some ivy for your 3ds Max animation, Jamie Gwilliam suggests using this plug-in to ‘grow’ the ivy around the object