Aruna Inversin specializes in direction, visual effects and real-time supervision for immersive content and experiential technology. His career began in digital compositing 25 years ago and he has earned several accolades including two primetime Emmy nominations for his work on "Stargate SG – 1" in 1999 and 2000 in the Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series category. In 2015, he received a Visual Effects Society nomination for his work on Nike's "The Neymar Jr. Experience." In 2021, he received a second VES nomination for his work on TIME's "The March VR" experience showcasing a digital MLK which was featured on the cover of TIME magazine.
His deep technical knowledge has marked him as an innovator and thought leader in the real-time, virtual/augmented reality and immersive projects space. Whether he is developing custom hardware and software solutions for real-time projects or acting as an on-set creative director, Aruna believes that obstacles are only seen when you take your eyes off the goal. All his clients, including brands like Nike, Google and the NBA, benefit from having Aruna as the creative behind their projects as he is an extremely well-rounded supervisor who effortlessly takes their projects from inception to delivery. To date, Aruna has nearly 50 film and television credits to his name in addition to several real-time experiences and more than a dozen cinematic game trailers.
Currently, Aruna continues to develop real-time solutions for traditional media, experiential projects that encompass location-based events and mixed reality deliverables plus much more. Based at Digital Domain's Los Angeles studio, Aruna is part of a mighty team of agile creatives and is a nationally active member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.