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Nathan Love Taps Jeff Wolfe as Executive Producer

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Experienced Producer to Help Animation Studio Grow Beyond Motion Design Into CG and Live Action Full Service Studio

Motion design and animation studio Nathan Love recently added Jeff Wolfe as executive producer. The Promax BDA award-winning producer comes to Nathan Love after working with some of the world’s most respected studios and brands, including Nickelodeon, AMC, Dunkin’ Donuts, Sprint, Food Network, Capital One and Nivea. He has also supervised production for direct-to-client work with brands such as Google, Sony, and Intel.

In his new role, Wolfe will help Nathan Love build upon their solid reputation, diversify the studio’s focus past character driven motion design and establish them as a creative studio that creates short and long form content for brands, television, and cinema.

He plans to develop the studio’s growing client list by building a comprehensive roster of multi-disciplinary directors that push creative boundaries and deliver high-end industry-leading work.

“Jeff is an extremely growth-oriented producer who is savvy both in business and creatively,” said Nathan Love Owner, Creative Director and President, Joe Burrascano. “We share a vision to evolve Nathan Love and I look forward to the future of the company with him here.”

Wolfe has over fifteen years of experience in traditional and pharmaceutical advertising, animation, VFX, editorial and live-action production. He produced ‘Skinnies’ and ‘Viva Las Vegas’ for Old Navy and ‘All Day’ for NBC Sports/Superbowl XLIX while working as a Senior Producer at MassMarket, ‘Everywhere’ for Comcast while an Executive Producer at Tronic Studio, and supervised the CG and editorial team as Director of Post Production at Cause & [Effect] for pop duo Beach House’s “Lazuli” video.

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