- Friday, Dec. 14, 2018
Pixomondo, the VFX house behind the Game of Thrones dragons, has launched a North American ad division with full capabilities to produce content from script to screen. Based at Pixomondo’s L.A. headquarters, the department is overseen by EP Mandie Briney and creative director Davis Ingwers. The division has already worked on spots for Call of Duty, Spotify and John Deere, among others.
With a roster of VFX artists who helped propel Pixomondo to an VFX Oscar win on the Martin Scorsese’s movie Hugo, multiple Emmy wins on Game of Thrones, and provided VFX work for high profile projects such as Bridge of Spies and Wonder Woman, Pixomondo has the benefit of providing this same pool of A-level talent for the advertising world.
Pixomondo has eight offices on three continents. Although largely known for its VFX work in film and TV, Pixomondo has also been a major advertising force in Germany and China.
IAN BRADLEY JOINS FRAMESTORE AS DESIGN DIRECTOR
Framestore has hired design director Ian Bradley, who will be based out of the company’s New York office. With over 12 years of industry experience, Bradley has worked across a wide range of projects at The Mill, Method, Psyop, McCann Worldgroup, AKQA, and 360i.
His roles have ranged from concept artist across cinematic, commercial, gaming and AR experiences; illustrator and character designer for children’s entertainment; front-end interactive web design and development; and even UX and UI designer for devices and applications created for non-verbal children with cerebral palsy and autism.