Sarofsky VFX supervisor Cory Davis | STASH MAGAZINE

Cory Davis Rejoins Sarofsky as VFX and Finishing Supervisor

From the release:

Continuing its growth and its investments into excellence, design-driven production company Sarofsky is proud to announce the return of Cory Davis to its full-time staff. According to company Principal and Executive Creative Director Erin Sarofsky and Executive Producer Steven Anderson, Cory’s new title is VFX and Finishing Supervisor.

Most recently 2D Lead Artist at The Mill in Chicago, Cory was a key member of Sarofsky’s staff from mid-2016 to late-2018, contributing to the studio’s biggest projects of that era. This includes Sarofsky’s celebrated title sequences for Marvel blockbusters “Ant-Man,” “Captain America: Civil War” and “Doctor Strange,” main titles for TNT’s “Animal Kingdom,” and Super Bowl ads. At The Mill, he earned credits on more high-profile brand campaigns for Capital One, Lunchables, Samsung, State Farm and others… and on the large-scale rebrand for the U.S. Army.

“Cory precisely understands the kind of work we do and how we like to do it,” Erin began. “In our hectic field, he instinctively aims to deliver the best creative in the most collaborative and intelligent way. While he was missed dearly, it’s truly great to have him back as an even more accomplished artist and leader.”

“There is great variety in the type of work being done at Sarofsky right now that is very exciting,” Cory explained. “Across the board, many of these projects require a reorientation of approach. These new challenges are a fun way to stay sharp and keep pushing the narrative in creative ways.”

And in Steven’s words, “We are excited to have Cory back in the mix, delivering outstanding work, and leading our efforts to maintain and elevate our VFX and finishing standards.”

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