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KromA Promotes Fisher

As part of its current expansion drive, KromA has promoted Adam Fisher to visual effects artist. He had been an assistant artist with the studio for two years. Fisher recently served as lead artist on three music video projects for director Benny Boom, including WHAT IF? from AMERICAN IDOL winner Rubin Studdard. He was also part of a team of artists who performed compositing work for the Britney Spears' TOXIC video and the Busta Rhymes video LIGHT YOUR ASS ON FIRE, both directed by Joseph Kahn, as well as the Exies video MY GODDESS directed by Diane Martel. For the Rhymes video, Fisher also served as motion graphics title designer.

"Adam is a great troubleshooter and problem-solver," said KromA visual effects supervisor/owner Bert Yukich in announcing the move. "He has a lot of skills and very good artistic sensibilities. He has been key to our ability to keep pace with our growing workload."

Fisher began his career as a graphic artist. Prior to joining KromA, he spent six years as a designer and artist. In six years as a designer and art director, he conceived and produced print advertising and product artwork for clients primarily in the entertainment and sports industries. Fisher's specialties include beauty work and graphics design. He is skilled in Avid|DS software as well as in Adobe AfterEffects and Illustrator.

"I appreciate the creative environment at KromA, which has given me the opportunity to improve my skills as an artist while working on exciting, high profile projects," said Fisher. "I look forward to working more closely with clients so that KromA can continue to grow and do great work."

KromA is located at 9421 &1/2 Pico Blvd.., Los Angeles, California 90035. For more information, call (310) 282-0370 or visit

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Bill Desowitz, former editor of VFXWorld, is currently the Crafts Editor of IndieWire.