Continuing to grow, visual effects, animation and finishing studio KromA has added producer/sales representative Jen Lahotski to its staff. Lahotski will work to support the companys current expansion into visual effects work for television and feature films. Her responsibilities will include new business development and client relations. She will also help to facilitate in-house production.
KromA, a winner or Clio and VES awards for its work in commercials and music videos, has been expanding, adding both resources and staff, in order to accommodate long form work. The studio recently embarked on its first film project, an independent feature for director David Raynr.
As we continue to grow rapidly, we want to ensure that we maintain our excellent standards for client service and preserve our companys wonderful family feel, said KromA exec producer Amy Yukich. We expect Jen to be a big contributor to that effort. She is exceptionally bright and brings tremendous energy and a great personality to her role.
Lahotskis background includes work with the Special Prods. unit of Comedy Central. A graduate in film and television from Penn State University, she also worked in promotions for radio station WBHT in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
KromA has given me a great opportunity to grow with a company that is on the fast track, Lahotski said. This company has earned a wonderful reputation for the work it has done in commercials and videos and I look forward to helping it achieve similar success in long form.
KromA (www.kroma.biz.) recently earned a Clio Award for its visual effects work on a television spot for NASCAR. The studios recent work includes commercials for Coors, Reebok and Mandalay Bay as well as music videos for Britney Spears, N.E.R.D., Train and Lloyd Banks.