Neville Page has worked with such luminaries as Ridley Scott on Prometheus, James Cameron on Avatar, J.J. Abrams on Star Trek, The Untitled Star Trek Sequel, Super 8 and Cloverfield. Next up is The Amazing Spider-Man. Other recent film projects include Green Lantern, TRON: Legacy, and for television Steven Spielberg’s Terra Nova, and Falling Skies.
Other feature credits include Minority Report, Planet of the Apes, X-Men 2 & 3, The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Superman Returns, Piranha 3D, Zach Snyder’s The Watchmen, and Louis Leterrier’s The Incredible Hulk. In addition to his teaching career, Neville is currently involved as a design consultant for the entertainment, toy, and automotive industries; and is developing his own line of educational art products.
The son of a circus family – his mother a dancer and his father a musician – Neville was always destined for creative design. Surrounded by vivid imagery and stylized performances, he was propelled toward science-fiction by his overwhelming love of Star Wars, hoping at first to act in – rather than create – lush, futuristic landscapes.
Setting out for Hollywood at the age of 17, Page survived on small acting gigs in day-time soaps like General Hospital while putting together an increasingly impressive art portfolio. He performed as a stand-up comedian at the Ice House and the Improv to pay for his training at the Art Center College of Design. Page graduated with honors in 1990 and immediately started a design consultancy with his roommate, who would eventually become his best friend and studio partner, Scott Robertson.
The artists must create Dick Tracy-inspired gangsters based on the nicknames of real life gangsters.
Check out the morphs from Wizard of Wonderland!