Dynamic Vision combines engineering knowledge with experience in visual creativity. Few companies have the ability to interpret your 2D or 3D engineering models and transform them into a polished 3D animation to deliver the professional results you are looking for.
Our management team includes:
Steve Zurakowski, President and Animation Director
Steve Zurakowski is the technical wizard behind Dynamic Vision. He established the company in 1992 when computer animation was first becoming generally accessible for commercial applications. Using constantly evolving and increasingly sophisticated visualization technologies, he has created more than 100 animations for a variety of industries and clients including Weatherford, Veolia Environmental Services, Syncrude and Encana. Steve has recently expanded his toolbox to include the latest developments in interactive simulations and immersive VR.
His significant experience with computer-based training began when he co-founded and served as senior partner of a leading eLearning software development firm in 1999. In his role of Vice President of Professional Services, he managed content development projects, directed software product support and customized training development for clients ranging from Boeing, CFB Cold Lake, and Air Canada to Alliance Pipe Lines.
Steve has shared his animation mastery through his roles as a certified Autodesk Training Specialist for 3D Studio Max and as a teacher at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology’s (NAIT) Architectural and Multimedia Technology programs.
An obsessive shutterbug, Steve loves to unwind exploring the foothills and Canadian Rockies with his family.
Tony Szkultecki, 3D Interactive Development Manager
Tony is passionate about creating stunning 3D graphics that have a WOW factor. He has a Degree in Science from the University of Alberta and a Diploma in 3D Animation from Pixel Blue College. He has extensive industry experience working in both Alberta and Australia in interactive 3D development, 3D animation and architectural visualization.
While living in Australia, Tony further developed his career in 3D visualization as a project manager for an architectural visualization studio. He managed a team of artists based in Melbourne, Australia as well as in Shanghai, China.
The technical skills he gained from his Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Computer Science merged with his creative 3D experience give him an excellent toolset for achieving amazing visuals. Tony has also shared his talents by the way of teaching an introductory 3D animation course at Pixel Blue College.
Tony is a world traveler and has lived in Los Angeles, Vancouver and Melbourne. He has also represented Canada in international volleyball competition. He was as a member of the University of Alberta Golden Bears volleyball team and served one season as assistant coach.