Elliott Jobe


Elliott Jobe began his career in the visual arts at the postproduction facility, 525 Hollywood, in the summer of 1996, working primarily in visual effects and compositing. Elliott had the opportunity to work on features and commercials with directors such as Mark Romanek, David Fincher, and Dayton/Faris.

In 2003, Elliott launched his own studio and began working on a diverse range of VFX projects – from documentaries for Oliver Stone, to commercials for Marcus Nispel, to music videos with Sophie Muller and Prince.  His studio also developed vending machine concepts for Coke and Apple, and websites for Powerade and Disney.

Elliott is a pioneer in live action digital set work and has two patents pending related to live action lighting and compositing. His work has won several Sports Emmys, a Key Art award, and over a dozen Promax Gold awards.