Mark Spatny's VFX

Mark Spatny is an Emmy winning visual effects supervisor and photographer currently working on the FOX TV series 'Gracepoint' and the USA Network series 'Dig'. He is a three term Governor of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and former Co-Chair of the Visual Effects Society Awards. He has worked on 17 features and 300 episodes of television, including such iconic visual effects shows as 'Doctor Who' and 'Heroes'. Below are a collection of detailed show breakdowns and "behind the scenes" videos. Visit for more information and a complete credit list. To contact Mark directly, click the envelope icon above.

  1. Mark Spatny's VFX Showreel - Spring 2020

    Examples of work I have supervised for feature films and television shows including 'Station 19', 'Lethal Weapon' 'Timeless', 'Pure Genius', 'Doctor Who', 'Touch', 'Heroes', 'Phantom', 'Gracepoint', and more. For more information about my work, a list of credits, or to contact me, please visit or follow me on Twitter @markspatny . Thank you, and enjoy this video.

  2. Standing Together - A Salute to Front Line Covid Doctors

    I worked with 30+ doctors from across the USA to create this tribute video dedicated to the front line medical workers in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.

  3. Doctor Who: Behind The Scenes of 'Nightmare in Silver'

    Behind the scenes of the making of the hit British TV series, including an interview with Visual Effects Supervisor Mark Spatny.

  4. Pure_Genius_FYC

    FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION: This is the "Before & After" segment of the Pure Genius submission to the 2016 Visual Effects Society Awards.

  5. Gracepoint: Creating The Crime Scene Cliffs

    A behind-the-scenes video about creating the invisible effects for the FOX TV Series 'Gracepoint' starring David Tennant and Anna Gunn.

  6. Phantom Feature Film VFX Demo

    VFX demo compilation for the feature film 'Phantom', directed by Todd Robinson and staring Ed Harris, David Duchovny, and William Richtner. Visual Effects supervised by Mark Spatny. The work primarily features computer generated Cold War era Russian and American submarines.