FuseFX Ups Lindsay Seguin to EP in NYC Office

From the release:

LOS ANGELES – April 24, 2018 – Premier visual effects studio FuseFX today announced the promotion of Lindsay Seguin to executive producer in the New York City office. In this role, Seguin is responsible for overseeing all client relationships at the FuseFX New York office, acting as a strategic collaborator for current and future productions spanning television, commercial and film categories.

Seguin was previously managing producer and first joined FuseFX in 2014. During her time with the company, she has worked with a number of important client productions including THE BLACKLIST, LUKE CAGE, THE PUNISHER, IRON FIST, MR. ROBOT, THE GET DOWN and the feature film AMERICAN MADE.

“Lindsay has played a key role in the growth and success of our New York office, and we’re excited for her to continue to forge partnerships with some of our biggest clients in her new role,” said Joseph Bell, chief operating officer and executive vice president of production at FuseFX. “She has been a strong advocate for developing FuseFX New York into a distinctive studio, positioned to draw on strong local talent and create world-class visual effects in New York.”

“We have a really close-knit team that enjoys working together on exciting projects,” Seguin added about her experience working at FuseFX. “Our crew is very savvy and hardworking, and they manage to maintain a great work/life balance even as the studio delivers VFX for some of the most popular shows on television. Our goal is to have healthy work environment, and produce awesome visual effects.”

Seguin is a member of the Visual Effects Society and the Post New York Alliance. Prior to making the transition to television and feature work, her experience was primarily in national broadcast and commercial projects, which included campaigns for Wendy’s, Garnier, and Optimum. She is a graduate of Penn State University with a degree in Telecommunications. Born in Toronto, Seguin is a dual citizen of Canada and the United States.
 
 

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