Zimbabwean creatives continue to defy the odds and shine internationally. One such amazing son of the soil is Ian Farai Muzofa who worked on the visual effects of the record breaking Spider-Man No Way Home which was directed by Jon Watts on a $200 million budget and has since grossed $1.885 billion at the Box office.
By Plot Mhako
Ian Farai Muzofa is a Compositor based in the United States specialising in 2D & 3D Multi-pass Compositing, BG Prep, and Roto/Paint. He has a love for visual effects because of the pivotal role they play in bringing imagined narratives to life in films, on television and, digital media as a whole.
My passion for eye candy coupled with many years of working within the film industry and the graphic design space, have given me the ability to approach VFX work from a unique standpoint by tapping into my work and experiences as a creative. I love how visual effects play a pivotal role in bringing imagined narratives to life in film and television.
In the past Ian Farai Muzofa has worked on films like Reminisance and Godzilla vs Kong.
Ian studied at the Zimbabwe’s Institute of Vigital Arts (ZIVA) in Harare from 2001-2003 before moving to the United States to pursue further studies in Visual Effects.
ZIVA is Zimbabwe’s premier graphic design, new media and animation college offering world class training to talented young Zimbabweans and others in the region who do not have access to such training. ZIVA is the brainchild of the internationally renowned Professor Saki Mafundikwa.