Josh Miyaji is a Visual Effects Supervisor and Lead Compositor at FuseFX, where he has worked closely with directors, producers, and actors to create outstanding visuals for nearly a decade. Josh oversees projects, leads compositing teams, assisted in developing FuseFX’s new driving rig, Omnicam, and even takes on shots as a Senior Compositor. Most recently, his work as a VFX Supervisor can be seen in such shows as Mom, Atypical, The Kominsky Method, Mike and Molly, and Superior Donuts.
Josh has been fortunate to work with some of the most influential names in the industry, including Ryan Murphy, J.J. Abrams, Michael Mann, Shawn Ryan and Matthew Weiner. His other television credits include Mad Men, Sons of Anarchy, Masters of Sex, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Criminal Minds, Entourage, 24, Falling Skies, CSI: NY, Alphas, Glee, American Horror Story, and Hell on Wheels for which he received a VES Award nomination for Best Compositing. His features include: The Matrix trilogy, White House Down, Sinister, Dark Skies, Grown Ups, Underworld, Faster, School Dance, London Boulevard, Seven Days in Utopia, The Babymakers and David Mamet’s Phil Spector biopic with Al Pacino and Helen Mirren. His work has also been featured on the Golden Globes and Emmy Awards broadcasts, and he has designed main titles for Beverly Hills Cop, Last Resort, Legends, Chicago Code, Glee, and Criminal Minds, among others.
Prior to finding a home at FuseFX, Josh worked throughout California at VFX shops including Zoic, Stargate, EntityFX and NTropic. With a strong background in visual effects, motion graphics, on set supervision and digital media, as well as a knack for problem solving, Josh offers a very unique skillset and creative vision to FuseFX and its clients.