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MPC LA Partners with Bueno for West Coast Representation

Talent agency will represent the Los Angeles studio to agencies and brands for commercial work on the west coast.

LOS ANGELES -- Globally renowned creative studio MPC has announced that Bueno will represent the Los Angeles studio to agencies and directly to brands for commercial work on the West Coast. Bueno Partners Millie Munro and Bryan Shrednick are among the industry’s most sought after talent managers, and bring to MPC’s diverse offering an expertise representing companies and artists in production, postproduction and digital from both established powerhouses and new wave integrated studios. Bueno will work with MPC Managing Director US Justin Brukman and Executive Producers Elexis Stearn, Meghan Lang, Karen Anderson, Mike Wigart and Tim Dillon to showcase the studio’s diversified capabilities and talent in VFX, VR, Design, Content Production/Direction, Color and Finishing.

“Millie and I are stoked about our new partnership with the hugely talented artists and makers at MPC,” said Bueno’s Bryan Shrednick. “They have an incredible legacy in VFX and continue to diversify with the evolving needs of our industry, always maintaining the same level of craft and innovation. We’re thrilled to connect such talent with the creative opportunities on the West Coast.”

“We are excited to join forces with Millie and Bryan at Bueno who are not only respected colleagues, but long-time friends,” said Justin Brukman, MPC Managing Director US. “Both Millie and Bryan share our passion for the industry, innovation and pushing boundaries to create the best and most effective work. I have no doubt their great relationships and versatile experience will prove a valuable resource to our clients.”

Bueno’s Millie Munro added, “Bryan and I have known Lexi, Justin and Meghan and many of the artists at MPC both personally and professionally for a number of years and feel very fortunate to be working with friends.”

Among MPC LA’s most recent projects are commercials for State Farm, Halos, Lyft and Southwest Airlines, and the VR experiences Kygo Carry Me, One Republic “Kids” and The Nature Conservancy This Is Our Future.

Source: MPC