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Board of Governors

December 31, 2013

William Powloski, Special Visual Effects

William Powloski is a Primetime Emmy and Visual Effects Society nominated visual effects supervisor and producer recognized for his work on the highly celebrated series Breaking Bad.

Powloski designs and supervises seamless visual effects for series such as Better Call Saul and Taken, as well as featured VFX shows including The X-Files and Pushing Daisies. He received a VES nomination as senior visual effects supervisor for Pushing Daisies, where he directed 22 companies in the creation of over 3,500 vfx shots for the groundbreaking series. His over 20 years of comprehensive experience includes motion pictures, television, animation, motion graphics, theme parks, IMAX, commercials and music videos.

In addition to his position with the Television Academy, Powloski is an active member of the Visual Effects Society, the Producers Guild of America and the Directors Guild of America.

William Powloski is a Primetime Emmy and Visual Effects Society nominated visual effects supervisor and producer recognized for his work on the highly celebrated series Breaking Bad.

Powloski designs and supervises seamless visual effects for series such as Better Call Saul and Taken, as well as featured VFX shows including The X-Files and Pushing Daisies. He received a VES nomination as senior visual effects supervisor for Pushing Daisies, where he directed 22 companies in the creation of over 3,500 vfx shots for the groundbreaking series. His over 20 years of comprehensive experience includes motion pictures, television, animation, motion graphics, theme parks, IMAX, commercials and music videos.

In addition to his position with the Television Academy, Powloski is an active member of the Visual Effects Society, the Producers Guild of America and the Directors Guild of America.

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