Hoyt Horatio Yeatman Jr.
January 23, 1955
San Francisco, California, United States
|Occupation||Visual effects artist, visual effects supervisor|
Hoyt Yeatman (born January 23, 1955 in San Francisco, California, United States) is an American visual effects artist and supervisor. He has worked with Jerry Bruckheimer on a number of films, including Armageddon, Con Air, and The Rock. He made his directorial debut with the film G-Force.
In 1979 Yeatman, Scott Squires, Rocco Gioffre, Fred Iguchi, Tom Hollister and Bob Hollister co-founded Dream Quest Images, a groundbreaking visual effects house, winning the Academy Award for Visual Effects in 1989 for the motion control and underwater effects in The Abyss. In 1996 Dream Quest was purchased by The Walt Disney Company, which became Disney's "The Secret Lab" in 1999. The Secret Lab closed its doors in 2001.
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