Long-time leaders from VFX company’s New York facility go south, bolstering team at growing Georgia location; Kubovick assumes role as head of studio and senior VFX supervisor with Seguin serving as head of production and executive producer at her new post.
FuseFX has announced key leadership changes at its Atlanta studio. Brian Kubovcik will now serve at the Atlanta location as its head of studio and senior VFX supervisor, with Lindsay Seguin named head of production and executive producer. Both are longtime leaders from the studios’ New York office.
An Emmy-nominated VFX supervisor, Kubovcik joined FuseFX's New York office in 2015. He has collaborated with Ava DuVernay on her projects DMZ and Naomi as VFX supervisor, as well as worked on critically acclaimed series including Pose, Invasion, The Blacklist, The Tick, Survive, and Mr. Robot.
"I'm most excited to lead this team of talented VFX professionals in Atlanta,” shared Kubovcik. “For me, it's a special moment to be able to partner with my long-time colleague, Lindsay Seguin, to grow our Atlanta office together. Our goal is to harness and foster the talents of our valued artists to continue to deliver high quality work that our clients require."
Seguin joined FuseFX at the New York office’s launch in 2014. She worked along with Kubovcik as part of the Emmy-nominated team for Mr. Robot, and has served in prominent roles on other projects such as When They See Us, Invasion, The Blacklist, Luke Cage, and American Made.
"I am super excited to partner with Brian in Atlanta,” Seguin noted. “There is an amazing team down here, and we are really looking forward to continuing to grow with them.”
"Brian and Lindsay have been with FuseFX for a long time, providing leadership at our studio in New York,” commented FuseFX founder and CEO, David Altenau. "Having a couple of established veterans that have been forged in the crucible of the New York market take the reins in Atlanta gives me great confidence about the amazing team they are going to build there, and the world-class visual effects they will produce. This is a well-deserved opportunity for both of them to take new leadership roles within FuseFX and lead a new studio location."