Studio seeks to expand global preschool presence with hire of award-winning producer who oversaw hundreds of hours of animated TV projects.
VANCOUVER -- Mainframe Studios (A Division of Wow! Unlimited Media) has announced the hire of Tanya Green for the newly created role of head of preschool. She will oversee all new preschool content, including new IP, co-productions, and partnerships with creators globally to build out the studio’s preschool slate. She’ll work alongside Mainframe’s SVP content, Gregory Little, who oversees the company’s content slate for non-preschool kids and family audiences.
“Bringing on Tanya as the head of preschool marks an exciting push in building Mainframe’s preschool slate as part of our overall expansion of original IP productions,” commented Mainframe Studios president and CCO, Michael Hefferon. “Tanya’s unmatched experience, creative spirit, and collaborative nature with talent is key for the studio’s drive to produce extraordinary and innovative preschool content for kids.”
Green, an award-winning producer with over fifteen years of animation production experience, came onboard from Sinking Ship Entertainment where she served head of animation. Prior to that, Green established her career as VP of production at 9 Story’s Brown Bag Films, where she oversaw, managed, and produced hundreds of hours of award-winning animated television, including; Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Peg + Cat, Luna Around the World, Magic School Bus Rides Again and Wild Kratts.
“We couldn’t be more excited to have Tanya join our team!” remarked Mainframe Studios SVP, production and operations, Kim Dent Wilder. “Tanya is the perfect complement to our leadership team, bringing with her years of creative and production experience in both 2D and 3D animation.”
“I am so thrilled to be part of the talented team at Mainframe,” added Green. “I’ve built my career on creating and maintaining strong relationships and working with incredible partners to bring their stories to life. I can’t wait for the preschool adventures to start!”
Green will be based in Toronto working closely with Mainframe’s Vancouver team.
Source: Mainframe Studios