Barry Nolan retired from the Motion Picture Industry in 1993 where he had over 25 years of experience in special photographic effects. He has worked on close to 100 feature films. He is also credited as Visual Effects Supervisor on over a dozen features including King Kong (1976), Flash Gordon (1980), Dune (1984), Red Sonja (1985), Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1986), SpaceCamp (1986) and Leviathan (1989). Barry was a pioneer in the development of electronic technologies for the visual effects industry and was the first to successfully introduce electronic compositing into a feature length motion picture in 1980 (Flash Gordon).
Barry works as a creative consultant and electronics design engineer. He also assists in video and visual effect production as needed on projects.