David, Fay

Fay David


Fay David-Griffin

David-Griffin started working for ILM in 1998 as a production assistant and moved to the art department in 2001 where her input was required to track all of the Art Department's assets during production.

She was the Development Director in charge of Worldwide Vendor Outsourcing at Electronic Arts until October 2010. She previously worked in the Art Department at Lucasfilm, JAK Films, and at Skywalker Ranch.

David-Griffin is currently the Director of Operations at DeNA games.



Film
Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith~2005 - Luminara Unduli
Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones~2002 - Shaak Ti
Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace~1999 - Fé Handmaiden


Film Art
Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith~2005 (art department supervisor)
Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones~2002 (art department supervisor)

Film Visual Effects
Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace~1999 (visual effects production and technical support: ILM)

Video Games
Star Wars: Episode I - Racer~1999 (Thanks to)
Need for Speed: ProStreet~2007 (development director)

Social Media
Twitter:
@faylogrif


Miscellany
2010+ - Director of Operations at DeNA games in San Francisco, CA

????-2010 - Development Director of Worldwide Vendor Outsourcing at Electronic Arts

1998-2001+ - Production assistant and art department at ILM, JAK Films, and Skywalker Ranch.

In a scene cut early from the film (Revenge of the Sith) Neyo was the commander of a clone turbo tank on Kashyyyk.  During Order 66, Neyo was to open fire on the tree-top command center high above the battlefield.  This scene was cut and the digital model was reassigned to an otherwise unnamed biker clone that carries out Order 66 on Saleucami.  Initially, the Saleucami clone was to be named Faie, after Art Department Supervisor Fay David, but the use of the Neyo model changed that commander's name.  The Faie model was never used in the film, but does appear in the Star Wars: Republic comic series.

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