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Martin Asbury

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Storyboard Artist

47 Ronin  (2013)

| USA, UK, Japan, Hungary
Directed by: Carl Rinsch
Cinematography by: John Mathieson
Edited by: Stuart Baird
Editing System:

Storyboard Artist

The Cold Light of Day  (2012)

| USA, Spain
Directed by: Mabrouk El Mechri
Cinematography by: Remi Adefarasin
Edited by: Valerio Bonelli
Editing System:

Storyboard Artist

Casino Royale  (2006)

| UK, Czech Republic, USA, Germany, Bahamas
Directed by: Martin Campbell
Cinematography by: Phil Meheux
Edited by: Stuart Baird

Storyboard Artist

The Da Vinci Code  (2006)

| USA, Malta, France, UK
Directed by: Ron Howard
Cinematography by: Salvatore Totino

Storyboard Artist

Doom  (2005)

| UK, Czech Republic, Germany, USA
Directed by: Andrzej Bartkowiak
Cinematography by: Tony Pierce-Roberts
Edited by: Derek Brechin

Storyboard Artist

Alexander  (2004)

| USA, UK, Germany, Netherlands, France, Italy, Morocco, Thailand
Directed by: Oliver Stone
Cinematography by: Rodrigo Prieto

Storyboard Artist

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets  (2002)

| UK, USA, Germany
Directed by: Chris Columbus
Cinematography by: Roger Pratt
Edited by: Peter Honess

Storyboard Artist

Quills  (2000)

| UK, Germany, USA
Directed by: Philip Kaufman
Cinematography by: Rogier Stoffers
Edited by: Peter Boyle

Storyboard Artist

Entrapment  (1999)

| USA, UK, Germany
Directed by: Jon Amiel
Cinematography by: Phil Meheux
Edited by: Terry Rawlings

Storyboard Artist

Fierce Creatures  (1997)

| UK, USA
Cinematography by: Ian Baker, Adrian Biddle
Edited by: Robert Gibson

Storyboard Artist

Chaplin  (1992)

| UK, France, Italy, Japan, USA
Cinematography by: Sven Nykvist
Edited by: Anne V. Coates

Storyboard Artist

White Hunter Black Heart  (1990)

| USA
Directed by: Clint Eastwood
Cinematography by: Jack N. Green
Edited by: Joel Cox

Storyboard Artist

Chicago Joe and the Showgirl  (1990)

| UK
Directed by: Bernard Rose
Cinematography by: Mike Southon
Edited by: Dan Rae

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