Framestore CFC has appointed Andy Boyd as the company's new head of 3D, commercials. Boyd came to the company from Glassworks last September, and has already amassed an impressive list of credits at Framestore, including work on Goodyear HALFPIPE, Lynx TOUCH, Daewoo SHEET and the Post Office ANT spots. His most recent project has been the forthcoming Johnnie Walker TREE, which features noteworthy 3D arboreal action. "I'm delighted to be doing what I'm doing," says Boyd, "There's a real tradition of excellence at Framestore CFC, and I want to make sure that continues."
After nearly two years with the Framestore CFC library, Chris Redding has been promoted to the post of inferno assistant. Chris has a degree in Graphic Design from St. Martin's, and his first project as inferno assistant has been on the imminent Smart Car spots.
Stephanie Mills has been promoted to trainee Henry operator. Part of her new role is to help cover for senior. Henry operator Maryanne Lauric who has left London for a stint at the Framestore NY.
Commercials' head of production, Helen Stanley, is now on maternity leave. In her absence, please contact Lottie Cooper.
Sarah Hiddlestone is joining Framestore CFC as senior producer, commercials, coming from Animal Logic in Australia. Sarah Goodwin also joins the production team, promoted to production P.A., along with Sarah Green, who comes from McCann Erickson, and joins the bookings department.
Back from Framestore CFC's New York office after three months is producer Abby Orchard. Her role in New York is now being performed by James Razzall.
Heather Kinal takes over the role of commercial traffic trainee.
Framestore CFC is one of the leading visual effects company working on effects for feature films and commercials. More information can be found at www.framestore-cfc.com.