Angus Bickerton started his career in the late 80's working on motion control for the award winning TV series Red Dwarf (for which he won an RTS Television award). He quickly moved on to more prolific film projects, including Tim Burton's ‘Batman' (1989), Martin Scorsese's ‘Cape Fear' (1991) and Neil Jordan's ‘Interview With A Vampire' (1994).
Steadily building up a list of impressive credits, Angus went on to supervise the visual effects on such films as ‘The Adventures Of Pinocchio' (1996), and ‘Lost In Space' (1998) (for which he was nominated for a Saturn award).
His work on the acclaimed TV series ‘Band Of Brothers' (2001), executive produced by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, as visual effects supervisor, earned Angus an RTS Television award and an Emmy nomination. More recently, Angus acted as visual effects designer on the award winning TV drama ‘A Gathering Storm' (2002), ‘My House in Umbria' (2003).
Recent feature credits include Richard Loncraine's feature film ‘Wimbledon' (2004), starring Paul Bettany and Kirsten Dunst, ‘The Life and Death of Peter Sellers' (2004), starring Geoffrey Rush and Charlize Theron, and ‘The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' (2005).