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Kent graduates celebrated for work on Skyfall

BBC South East television news featured the success of University of Kent graduate, Robin Walsh from the School of Engineering and Digital Arts on Monday 11 February at 6.30pm.

Robin, who now works for a digital effects company in London, was part of the digital effects team behind BAFTA-winning James Bond movie, Skyfall. David Byers-Brown, Lecturer in Digital Visual Effects at Kent was also interviewed for the piece.

You can watch the clip here.

The two screenwriters of Skyfall, Neil Purvis and Robert Wade, are also alumni of the University of Kent.

The interview was arranged by the University’s Press Office, part of Corporate Communications, following this University news release.



Contact: K.scoggins@kent.ac.uk

Story published at 12:19pm 19 February 2013

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