Visual Effects


In George Brown College’s Visual Effects graduate certificate program, students will expand upon concepts and techniques in 3D animation, motion graphics or audio/video editing for film and television.

2020 Graduates

Katie Clark

Ewelina Dolzycka

Ewelina Dolzycka has experience working as a background painter in animation, as a colorist for graphic novels as well as working as an illustrator and concept artist for novels.


She has a flexible style that ranges from cartoon to realism. Along with experience working in modelling, texturing, compositing, matte painting, lighting and texturing. With software knowledge in : Photoshop, Maya, Zbrush, Substance Painter, after effects, Nuke and Unreal. Along with a working knowledge in After effects, Houdini, Redshift render and Substance Designer.

Kiandokht Eslami

Kiandokht has a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts. After working for more than five years as a Video Editor and Motion Graphics designer in TV commercial companies, Kiandokht started pursuing education in Visual Effects at George Brown College in September 2019. 


Kiandokht has hands-on experience with Adobe software, Maya, Houdini and Nuke.

Farnaz Nazem is a visual artist with diverse work experience and educational backgrounds. She has been trained in traditional painting and drawing since childhood. For her master’s degree she studied Environmental Design. She has work experience in 3D environmental design, digital art, photography, photo editing and graphic design. In 2019 she saw an opportunity to expand her knowledge and studied in the Visual Effects postgraduate program at George Brown College. Farnaz has an interest in fantasy worlds, medieval themes and sci-fi futuristic cities allowing her to create eye-catching environments and bring fresh ideas to the industry. 

Bao An Nguyen

Yeqin Zhao