Netflix – Dance Monsters

I supervised all the animation work on over 600 shots on this upcoming Netflix show.

Dance Monsters will unleash on Dec. 16, and it’s not like any dance competition show you’ve ever seen. In the upcoming feel-good series, contestants are disguised as CGI avatars and must bring their best moves in order to win $250,000. Can these freaky creatures trade in their scare for a score high enough to take home the cash prize? It’s all up to the judges.


Head over to Netflix and check the announcement!

Netflix – Our Universe

I supervised and comped a few challenging shots (that repeat soooo many times in the edit) for “Our Universe”, a Netflix episodic show we worked on this year. The show premieres on November 22nd, 2022.

Narrated by Academy Award-winner Morgan Freeman, it’s an epic tale 13.8 billion years in the making. Blending stunning wildlife footage with eye-popping cosmic special effects, this six-part series takes viewers on a fascinating adventure to explore the connections that drive our natural world. From the birth of the Sun to the birth of a sea turtle, Our Universe uses groundbreaking animation to dramatize the spectacular celestial forces that generated our solar system, while modern camera and CGI technology bring the audience up close and personal with some of the most iconic, charismatic animals on Earth.


Check out the trailer on the link below:

Outer Range Season 1

I was the on-set VFX Supervisor for the entire first season of Outer Range, starring Josh Brollin. I spent half a year in pre-production and eight months in a covid bubble isolation in New Mexico, where I worked on designing, blue printing and inventing all the VFX effects for the show in collaboration with the vendors I picked to do the demanding visual effects work on this one.

My background with creature work helped with the creature work on-set filming process, and the show ended up having some really great shots but due to many converging factors in production it flew mostly under the radar.

This was definitely one of the biggest ones I’ve ever done – unexpectedly so due to the pandemic situation. Due to the long shoot time, show’s VFX look development and most of the main VFX work was almost entirely completed by the time we finished filming – sans a few last-minute additions mostly filmed in camera with SFX, which was surely a first.

Originally we were gonna film in Alberta, Canada for three months or so, with the mountains there serving as an ideal backdrop to the Grand Tetons look sought after by the showrunners. But – we ended up filming in New Mexico, in areas around Albuquerque and Las Vegas (the New Mexico one).

The VFX workflow therefore was a bit different than usual do, what I referred to as run’n’gun style. We were doing the visual effects while we were shooting for the most part. Once 80% of the work was already done and the shoot finally came to an end – I felt that a year and a half long engagement and distance from my loved ones tool a bigger toll on me than usual. So, in August 2021 I went back home to Amsterdam to my wife and children (haven’t seen them other then video conferencing due to the bubble), and the post finished in New York led by an in-house crew at Fuse FX. The enduring toll of pandemic shoots is fortunately not here to stay, but it was rough at a time.

However the fantastic crew made it much easier to cope with, especially the on-set team under my supervision that worked long days in the strangest conditions of our lives. I can only thank our VFX producer Alejandro Diego von Dorrer, VFX data wrangler Chris Moore, VFX coordinator Shawn Wayman and VFX editor Sam Rosenberg for their fantastic contribution to otherwise a very complex project.

At the height of the pandemic, in a bubble out in New Mexico, our fantastic cast and crew crafted a truly magical journey. Proud to have been the on-set VFX Supervisor on such a great show, and forever in awe of the talent performances and the magnificent work the entire crew, post team and countless hand-picked vendors around the world delivered. All the previews, all the crazy hours, all the stunts, in-camera resolves and post trickery we came up with were well worth those long months in the high desert. One for the ages.

Aleksandar Sasha Djordjevic

Check out the trailer, first episode airs on April 15th!

HBO – High Maintenance Season 4

Season 4, Episode 8, “Solo”

Working closely with Ben Sinclair, writer, director, show-runner and star of “High Maintenance”, mograph artist Jason Stroud & the show VFX supervisor Ivan Guerrero in collaboration with Method Studios New York, I was in the creative direction and lead VFX artist chair for a two minute long horse-tranquilizer-induced psychedelic experience shown episode eight of the fourth season, titled “Solo”.

Ben Sinclair, sitting in a room next to me for the entire length of the work kept convincing me that I’ve done “keto” before, since apparently the visualization of the trip was on point. While I had to disappoint regarding the drug experience, I never do with visual ones.