Elliot Lim Not to Scale | STASH MAGAZINE

NOT TO SCALE WELCOMES DIRECTOR ELLIOT LIM

From the release: New York-based production and animation company Not To Scale is thrilled to announce the addition of director Elliot Lim. He is a passionate storyteller with experience creating straightforward and emotionally evocative animation for clients coast-to-coast since 2005. Elliot has crafted multi-disciplinary campaigns for global brands including Ritz Carlton, Coach, Jarritos, and MasterCard. […] [Read more]

Native to Noise Nathan Love | STASH MAGAZINE

Native to Noise Joins Nathan Love Roster

From the release: Production and animation studio Nathan Love recently signed New York City-based directorial duo, Native to Noise to their roster. The partner’s unique style combines vector art, animation, an??d mixed media and has resulted in work with Google, UPS, CNN, and AstraZeneca. The pair produces explainer videos, infographics and data visualizations, titles design, […] [Read more]

Nicholas Hiegal_Timber | STASH MAGAZINE

Timber Expands, Adds Digital Effects Super Nicholas Hiegel

LA’s design/VFX/post shop Timber celebrates its first anniversary by moving to a larger studio in Santa Monica and adding digital effects veteran Nicholas Hiegel (Star Trek into Darkness, Hugo, Harry Potter x 2, TRON Legacy and Clash and Wrath Of The Titans). [Read more]

See No Evil | STASH MAGAZINE

See No Evil Presents Doug Hindson and Red Knuckles

The See No Evil Team (Thiago & James) return to Cafe 1001 April 7th to bring all you lucky Londoners an evening with Doug Hindson and Red Knuckles plus a live mix session from DJ D.Vyzor. [Read more]

Nirad Bugs Russell Massmarket | STASH MAGAZINE

Nirad “Bugs” Russell: New East Coast EP at MassMarket

After 10 years split between the London and New York offices of Absolute Post, Nirad “Bugs” Russell moves to the Lower East Side as MassMarket‘s new East Coast EP. [Read more]

Rob Petrie MPC NY | STASH MAGAZINE

Rob Petrie Joins MPC NY as CG CD

After 12 years at the The Mill studios in London and then New York (as head of 3D and CD at Mill+), Rob Petrie moves across Broadway to take over as CG creative director at MPC NY. [Read more]