Ganz Ramalingam is the Lead Compositing Instructor at Lost Boys. He works with VFX Director Mark Bénard and Senior Educational Administrator Ria Bénard at Lost Boys to continually evolve the program to ensure students are best equipped to transition into the industry.
The compositing program curriculum, currently called Comp 8.0, is the eighth incarnation of Ganz’ ongoing endeavour to deliver the most comprehensive and relevant compositing program in the world.
His students have gone on to work as Compositors, Roto Artist, RotoPaint Artist, BG Prep Artists, Lighters, Matte Painters, and as Stereo Compositors on over 200 Hollywood movies and 35 TV shows.
Ganz Ramalingam | Advanced Visual Effects Compositing Program Lead
Prior to Lost Boys, Ganz’s experience ranged from visual effects, compositing, creative consultancy, web design, database management, multimedia development, web programming, programming and 3D Asset Creation. Many of these skills were gained during his work in Singapore. In 2001, he worked for many small local companies as well as major brands like Epson, BMW, Sony, Singtel, DSTA, and Alcatel-Lucent.
In 2004, He became self-employed which allowed him to have the experience to work closely with clients and agencies. Through this expierence, Ganz has been able to work on games, web portals and architectural visualizations in a competitive market.
Ganz has also taught and developed curriculum for both Maxon Cinema 4D and Autodesk Maya at Temasek and Singapore Polytechnic respectively.
NUKE Trainer: Certified by The Foundry
Being one of the first to sign up for The Foundry’s Certified Nuke Trainer Program when it was first offered in spring 2011, Ganz Ramalingam continues his self development with a discipline and rigor unparalleled in the educational scene.