GAVRIIL KLIMOV: BRINGING IDEAS TO LIFE

Broken spirits flow through a fragmented, yet ever regenerating ring of light in search of a new home beyond this desolate landscape.

By Balthazar Malevolent

GAVRIIL KLIMOV: BRINGING IDEAS TO LIFE

Gavriil Klimov is an award-winning Designer and Creative Director. He works on real-time graphics, robotics, and AI to push the boundaries of what is possible in these areas. Gavriil has previously worked in movies, games, and product industries. He is currently a Creative Director at NVIDIA.

I have been fascinated with graphics and design as far as I can remember. When I was a kid I played Starcraft: Brood War and watched Pixar’s Toy Story, both made me fall in love with games and CG respectively. I was immediately blown away and fully captivated. I started to draw and learn 3D.

After high school, I was accepted to Art Center College of Design on a scholarship and moved to Pasadena, California.

I graduated from Art Center College of Design with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design. My time at Art Center was fantastic. Instructors and classmates provided the perfect environment to foster creativity and friendly competition and I have many fond memories of my time there. Upon graduating I started to work freelance or in-house for various companies like Activision Blizzard, MJZ, Kojima Productions, Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros, and many others.

I love teaching and sharing my experiences with students and fellow professionals; in 2013 and 2014 I spent some of my time teaching and doing workshops and masterclasses around the world, including Gnomon School of Visual Effects and Trojan Horse was a Unicorn.

I have worked in the movie, video-game and product industries, and was fortunate to work on some remarkable projects where I met amazing people along the way.

In 2014 I started to freelance for NVIDIA and after freelancing for most of 2014, I ended up joining full-time in 2015.

Upon starting, I built a team of extraordinary artists and designers.

Gavriil Klimov

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