Neill has a few words to say about his fascination – and history – with three different versions of Elephant Man makeups. It’s an iconic makeup – read about its latest incarnation here…
The BAFTA nominations for Best Hair & Makeup are in…and Gorton Studio 7-week graduate Alex Harper is part of the team that was nominated for a gong for 1917. Best of luck to Alex, and all nominees!
Three Gelflings inspire a rebellion against the Skeksis when they discover a horrifying secret…and Gorton Studio graduate Jocelyn Bennett-Snewin was Senior Molder on the series!
Two of our 7-week course graduates wowed the crowds at IMATS demoing this fantastic rhinocop character together; an achievement in itself, but there was another wow-factor involved in this one!
Whether you like resolutions or loathe ’em, the start of a new year AND a new decade is the chance to assess your aims and whether your actions align with heading in their general direction.
Transferable skills in prosthetics could provide you with more employment opportunities than you’d think – have a look at some of the different things your skills could be used for…
Here’s the first glimpse of Mackenzie Crook starring as Worzel Gummidge in the classic BBC One children’s sitcom reboot – prosthetics designed by Neill Gorton for Millennium FX Ltd.
Neill spent October 2018 in Windsor shooting Kenneth Branagh film All is True, which Branagh directs and starts in as Shakespeare. Here’s a close-up look at the makeup by Neill and Vanessa White.
When Tommy came face-to-face with an old ally in the Season 5 finale of Peaky Blinders, it was Neill and some of our 7-week course graduates who helped create the face he came face-to face with.