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CoSA VFX Fills Key Leadership Roles at Georgia Facility

Brigitte Stanovick and Mark Davis move from LA office to Atlanta to support growing roster of high-profile episodic and feature projects; former senior post-production and project manager will network with local industry leaders, while former compositor heads up 2D team.

To bolster continued growth of its roster of episodic and feature film projects in production at its Georgia facility, CoSA VFX has announced the appointments of two CoSA Los Angeles transfers to key leadership roles in Atlanta. Brigitte Stanovick will network with local industry leaders and foster client relationships, while Mark Davis joins the team as the new head of 2D.

Coming from a diverse background in senior post-production and project management roles on major commercial and television projects, Stanovick joined CoSA VFX in 2019 as a visual effects producer on The CW’s Nancy Drew and Ryan Murphy’s The Prom. Davis began his career at CoSA VFX as a compositor and has grown through the ranks in a variety of lead and supervisory roles on projects such as HBO’s Raised by Wolves and the EPIX series Pennyworth. In his new role, Davis brings his decade-long experience from Los Angeles to assist the continued development of the Atlanta facility.

“We look forward to the many future opportunities to better serve our East Coast clients creatively and technically in ways we can all thrive together,” says global studio manager Katy Lennon.

Founded in 2009, CoSA VFX now has growing visual effects operations in Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Vancouver. The creative team has received Emmy nominations and wins for their work on TV series including Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Almost Human, Revolution, and Gotham. Currently the company provides visual effects for multiple studios, networks, and streaming television services.

Source: CoSA VFX

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