A Camden Town resident has won one of the world’s most prestigious awards: Sci-Tech Award.

Abigail Brady is a Camden local and a bit of a tech genius. Her work on Nuke, which is a software system used in film and television post production, along with her colleagues, has earned one of these coveted awards.

The Sci-Tech Awards are the technical equivalent of The Oscars, and the prize was given out by Sir Patrick Stewart.

The award went to Abigail Brady, Jon Wadelton and Jerry Huxtable for their significant contributions to the architecture.

Jon Wadelton, Chief Technology Officer at Foundry commented: “It’s an honour to be recognised by The Academy, and testament to the capabilities of Nuke as a high-performance tool for artists. The brilliant team working on Nuke continues to push the boundaries of what the tool is capable of, supporting artists as they bring their incredible ideas to life.”

Abigail Brady is the former Principal Software Engineer, and we’re extremely proud to add this talented Camden Town inhabitant to the list of top achievers.

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