Zelda Tinska has joined Absolute’s film and TV department as Senior VFX Producer.

Absolute’s recent long form clients include Netflix, BBC and Amazon Prime and its credits include The Great, The Nest, and Rob Savage’s upcoming horror, DASHCAM. Zelda’s new role will comprise producing VFX across projects and helping develop the department.

Originally an Actor, in the early ‘00s Tinska featured in films including The Beach and The Mother, as well as TV shows such as Waking the Dead, Coronation Street and Auf Wiedersehen, Pet. She then became Nicholas Wayman Harris’ Assistant Editor, before she moving into VFX.

Tinska then spent eleven years at Double Negative working on projects including Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: End Game, Netflix’s Black Mirror and Alex Garland’s Ex Machina, which won an Oscar for best VFX in 2016.

Tinska said: “Absolute has such a family-like environment and an amazingly collaborative approach – essential for a happy workplace! I’ve been made to feel very welcome already and I’m looking forward to developing the studio’s film and TV division.”

Head of Film and TV, Danny Duke, said: “Zelda’s experience both in front of and behind the camera is invaluable. This is a really busy time for our team and I’m delighted to welcome her aboard as we continue to grow.”

Jon Creamer

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