(written from a Production point of view)
Koji Kuramura was a Digital Artist for Foundation Imaging and EdenFX. He worked on numerous episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise, as well as the Star Trek: New Voyages fan films and the tenth feature film Star Trek Nemesis.
Kuramura's work on Star Trek included constructing the warp nacelle interior for the USS Voyager crash sequence in "Timeless", building the Unicomplex and the damaged Borg sphere in "Dark Frontier", and animating the Fire Caves sequence in "What You Leave Behind". (Star Trek Monthly issue 58)
Outside Star Trek Kuramura worked as a special effects crewmember on the short film The Blair Witch Mountain Project in 2002, directed, produced, and starring Ike Eisenmann. Another film as digital artists is the horror thriller Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist in 2005, alongside John Teska.