[FRAMED]: Minsang Lee, Nuke Compositor, LA
[FRAMED] exists to shine light on Framestore’s most fascinating cast of characters: its people. Presented with a probing list of questions and a demandingly short deadline, this feature puts the hopes, dreams, and desktops of our MVPs on the digital wall, for all to see. Welcome to [FRAMED].
What are you guilty of?
I like to eat a scoop of condensed milk.
What was your last brush with danger?
When I was riding a bike, a car hit me from behind. I bumped the windshield and it cracked.
Your last brush with greatness?
I was wearing a helmet, so I wasn’t hurt at all!
Your worst character fault?
Easily being sulky.
If you had taken a different path, what would you be doing now?
You’re on the run from the law, where are you headed?
To the moon!
Who’s your partner-in-crime?
Someone who can make condensed milk…
What’s your favorite movie/TV show and why?
Tenet — it is a weird and complicated, but has an interesting plot.
Your greatest achievement?
Becoming a compositor, which was my dream job since childhood.
Most valuable skill?
Making Thai iced tea.
Go on, say something bragging:
I am humble.
Name your vice/pet peeve?
Watching Instagram until 1am and envying others.
The DREAM project would entail:
Teammates who like me.
Your career highlight to date:
A Universal Studios Orlando commercial in 2017. It was the first time I saw a commercial project that I had worked on on TV.
This week I learnt that:
It is very hard to eat 150g of protein a day.
Give us a desk tour:
Eyedrops (my eyes are dry), a tape measure (my hobby-measuring),and an Apple cinema monitor (I bought it from one of my colleagues, Humberto Reynaga).
Framestore is, to you, in three words:
Friends, money, pride.
Best thing about your work environment?
Framestore is great at:
I always appreciate our Systems Department.
Modern architectural design.
Fictional character you’d like to hang with?
What do you think of too often?
Me singing like a professional.
Couldn’t live without:
If you ruled the world:
I would change imperial units to the metric system.
How are you staying inspired by working remotely?
What’s the biggest lesson you’ve learned about yourself during quarantine?
I am happy to be an introvert!
Minsang Lee, you’ve been [FRAMED].