88 Pictures Welcomes Yancy Lindquist as VFX Supervisor in Toronto, Canada

We are delighted to announce a significant addition to the 88 Pictures Toronto leadership with Yancy Lindquist joining us as the VFX Supervisor. Yancy comes with an illustrious career, having most recently served as the VFX Supervisor on “Nimona” which garnered acclaim, and the movie has earned nominations for the 2024 Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film and Critics Choice Movie Award for Best Animated Feature

With an impressive tenure at DreamWorks Animation spanning 23 years, Yancy has been a driving force behind several iconic animated films. His notable contributions include serving as the Head of FX on projects such as “Flushed Away,” “Monsters vs. Aliens,” “Rise of the Guardians,” “Trolls,” and “Boss Baby.” Additionally, Yancy showcased his expertise as the VFX Supervisor for the acclaimed “How to Train Your Dragon Homecoming” TV special as well as “Marooned Short” and the “Trolls Holiday Special” as the Digital Supervisor.

Yancy Lindquist’s wealth of experience, coupled with his exceptional leadership in the world of animation, makes him a valuable asset to 88 Pictures. As we continue our commitment to delivering cutting-edge animation, we look forward to the innovation and creative prowess that Yancy brings to our team.

Please join us in extending a warm welcome to Yancy Lindquist as we embark on exciting new ventures in the realm of animation.

Note from Milind D. Shinde, Founder and CEO of 88 Pictures:

As we proudly welcome Yancy Lindquist to the 88 Pictures family, I am thrilled with the immense value he brings to our team. Yancy’s remarkable journey in the world of visual effects, highlighted by his impactful roles in the Animation industry, aligns seamlessly with our commitment to pushing the boundaries of animation excellence.

Yancy’s expertise and leadership as a VFX Supervisor, most recently on the Academy Award-nominated “Nimona,” showcase his dedication to raising the bar in animated storytelling. His extensive experience, spanning over two decades and encompassing iconic projects like “How to Train Your Dragon Homecoming” and “Boss Baby,” perfectly aligns with our vision at 88 Pictures.

We believe Yancy’s arrival will not only elevate our technical capabilities but will also inspire and guide our creative endeavors. His unique perspective, honed by years of industry-defining work, will undoubtedly contribute to our continued success. As we embark on this exciting chapter together, we look forward to Yancy’s influence shaping the future of 88 Pictures.