Digital animation and motion graphics company SquareZero appoints Natalie Harvey senior producer.
London, UK --
Award-winning digital animation and motion graphics company SquareZero has announced the appointment of Natalie Harvey as senior producer. The new hire follows SquareZero’s recent international success with groundbreaking holograms installed at the ABBA Museum in Stockholm.
In her new role, Harvey will liaise with creative and production teams to oversee project delivery. She will also work closely with the other members of the senior management team to coordinate and develop new client acquisition across SquareZero’s increasing international client base.
Dave Keegan, managing director at SquareZero, commented, “Natalie’s appointment is a real coup for SquareZero. We are seeing businesses from all sectors and countries around the world realize that they need to be able to communicate their core messages in faster and more memorable ways. Natalie has the experience and drive to ensure that SquareZero continues to be a market leader in motion graphics, hologram and more traditional 2D and 3D animated offerings.”
Harvey’s appointment comes after notable successes including an iconic music video with a Eurovision starlet, an animated ‘explainer’ video for the next massive social media network to rival Facebook and reuniting the superstars of ABBA through the wildly popular medium of resurrection holograms.
Natalie Harvey was previously a producer at Jelly London, where she developed an in house team of animators alongside working with international director collectives, and some of the world’s biggest brands. Harvey joins SquareZero from a strong cross media background including a wealth of TV and digital experience.
Keegan continued, “We are at an exciting stage for SquareZero and we are absolutely thrilled to welcome Natalie on board.”
Jennifer Wolfe is Director of News & Content at Animation World Network.