Sep 27, 2017



On October 25, 2017, the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences will be honoring Shotgun Software creators Don Parker, Isaac Reuben and Matt Daw with Emmy statuettes at the Engineering Emmy Awards ceremony in Hollywood, California.

We’re proud that Shotgun has helped creative teams around the world collaborate on hundreds of episodes of top television shows, including Game of Thrones, Stranger Things, The Americans, Quantico, Ballers, Scandal, Outlander, Black Mirror, A Series of Unfortunate Events, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Cosmos, Legion, Fear the Walking Dead, The Flash, Hawaii 5-0 and many others.

Image courtesy of Pixomondo

Pixomondo is one of several VFX companies with a Shotgun-based pipeline working on Game of Thrones. “We don't have the time to make any mistakes. We have multiple tasks and artists working in parallel, so we need to be effective, avoid lag and not let things fall through the cracks. Worldwide, we all have Shotgun, and we work with the same pipeline. We share any and all assets without any problems,” said Sabrina Gerhardt, COO and executive producer at Pixomondo.

“We started building Shotgun with the dream of helping worldwide teams collaborate closely to put their best work on screen," said Don Parker, co-founder of Shotgun and VP of production platform, Autodesk. "It’s been an exciting ride that’s lasted more than a decade, and we are deeply honored to be recognized by the Television Academy."

A big thank you to you, the community, for helping make Shotgun what it is today!