- Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016
- CULVER CITY, Calif.
Visual effects house Zoic Studios has added Blythe Klippsten as executive producer. Klippsten has nearly 15 years of experience in the VFX industry, previously working with studios including Psyop, MassMarket, Stardust Studios and Ntropic. After beginning her career as a VFX producer at Zoic from 2006-’08, she returns as EP for series. Klippsten join EP Gina Fiore in continuing to develop lasting client relationships at a time where series platforms continue to evolve. She has an extensive background in both commercial and television visual effects, having lent her talents to a number of award-winning advertising campaigns and television series, ultimately earning an Emmy Award nomination for her work on the CBS post-apocalyptic action-drama “Jericho,” out of Zoic.
Los Angeles native Klippsten was immersed in television from an early age, with her parents and sister all taking creative roles in the industry. She learned postproduction hands-on, coordinating VFX for “CSI Miami” and “CSI New York” before landing as a VFX producer at Zoic in 2006. She sharpened her skill set while working on a number of popular TV series, including HBO’s “True Blood,” and CBS’ “Jericho.” She spent the next eight years leading teams at VFX shops, overseeing the production on major campaigns for such brands as Pepsi, BMW, EA, Nintendo, Sony, Sprint, EA, Starbucks and Honda, as well as a Super Bowl spot for Cars.com.
Zoic maintains offices in Culver City, Vancouver, B.C., and NYC.