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Steve Fong is a visual effects artist who worked as digital compositor/editor on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Enterprise, and Star Trek Nemesis.

His work on Star Trek earned him six Emmy Award nominations and two wins for Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series:

In addition Fong earned three more Emmy Award nominations and one win for his non Trek work:

  • 2005 Emmy Award for the Lost pilot episode, shared with Kevin Blank, Mitch Suskin, and Kevin Kutchaver
  • 2006 Emmy Award nomination for the Surface pilot episode, shared with Mitch Suskin, David R. Morton, John Teska, Pierre Drolet, Eric Hance, and Eric Chauvin
  • 2006 Emmy Award nomination for the Lost episode "Live Together, Die Alone", shared with Kevin Blank, Mitch Suskin, and Eric Chauvin
  • 2009 Emmy Award nomination for the Fringe pilot episode, shared with Kevin Blank

In 2007 he was nominated for a Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program for the Alias episodes "Reprisal" and "All the Time in the World" which he shared with Kevin Blank and Kevin Kutchaver.

Other projects Fong worked on as visual effects artist and digital compositor include episodes of Baywatch (1994) and Seven Days (1998, with Fred Pienkos), the fantasy comedy Mystery Men (1999), Bryan Singer's superhero movie X-Men (2000), the action comedy Charlie's Angels (2000), the drama Cast Away (2000), the fantasy comedy Monkeybone (2001), the superhero movie Spider-Man (2002), the mini series Children of Dune (2003), the drama Stateside (2004), the television series Weeds (2007, with William Powlowski), and for Rhythm & Hues on the fantasy movie The Golden Compass (2007) and on the comedy sequel Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009).

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