Matthew Lynn Matthew Lynn is VFX Legion’s VFX supervisor. He leverages technical expertise and an in-depth knowledge of the moving parts that go into the production and post-production of LA's episodic television shows and feature films to drive projects to completion. Matthew uses his varied skill set and the talents of Legion’s multi-disciplined collective of artists to guide projects, overseeing the creative and technical aspects of a production from script to screen. He ensures that client expectations are not only met, but surpassed, whatever the challenges. Matthew works closely with directors and producers, bringing their vision to life via the most compelling visual stories. As a creative problem-solver, he focuses on the myriad details that must be considered to streamline a production, maintaining a balance between creative direction, quality, budget, resources, and schedule. On set, Matthew gathers data to inform the Legion team’s work. This input ensures the seamless blending of live-action footage with high quality visual effects, avoiding surprises and costly fixes during post-production. After graduating Fairleigh Dickinson University with a BA in Electronic Filmmaking and CG Animation, Matthew went on to pursue further training in a range of disciplines. Since joining the industry in 2003, a variety of projects have tapped his wide range of skills. Matthew's feature film credits include Left Behind (starring Nicholas Cage/Cloud 10 Pictures) and Fire with Fire, (starring Bruce Willis/20th Century Fox), This Is the End (Columbia Pictures), You Are Here (Columbia Pictures) and That Awkward Moment (Treehouse Pictures/Aversano Films). His work in the music arena, as compositing supervisor, and lead compositor on Katy Perry's music video ET, (Director: Floria Sigismondi/Capital Records), earned top honors for ‘Best Visual Effects’ at the MTV Video Music Awards. Episodic television credits include Person of Interest (CBS), Mad Men (AMC), Revolution (NBC), CSI Las Vegas (CBS), while a long list of broadcast commercial work rounds out his experience. Since joining VFX Legion in 2014, Matthew has worked on a number of episodic television shows, including Scandal, How to Get Away with Murder and The Catch (Shondaland/ABC Studios) and Eye Candy (MTV), along with feature films, such as Stephanie (Universal Pictures Home Entertainment), The Purge: Election Year (Universal Studios), Insidious: Chapter 3 (Focus Features/Stage 3 Films) and The Keeping Hour (Universal Pictures).