Cinesite has hired Natasha Gould to represent the company in LA as a Business Development Executive for VFX and Martin Perkins has joined Cinesite London as New Business and Bidding Manager.

Gould is the former New Business Manager at MPC and Perkins joins Cinesite from Framestore.

Both will work closely with Drew Jones, Cinesite’s Chief VFX Business Development Officer, who said “We’re very fortunate to have Natasha & Marty join Cinesite. They each bring something special to their respective roles, but what’s common between them is their business acumen and industry knowledge. Their ability to approach the rapidly shifting industry with an eye towards efficiency, innovation and growth, is not only valuable to the company day-to-day, but for our clients as the business continues to transform to keep pace with the evolving entertainment landscape and demand for high quality content.”

Cinesite is headquartered in London where it has been producing award-winning VFX for the past 27 years, with studios in Montreal and Vancouver alongside group owned VFX brands Image Engine and TRIXTER. The group’s six international production hubs share a capacity of 1,550 artists.

The studio collective has recently delivered Black Widow (Marvel Studios), No Time To Die (MGM) Mulan (Disney) The Mandalorian (Disney +) & The Witcher (Netflix). VFX projects currently in production include Space Jam: A New Legacy & Fantastic Beasts 3 (Warner Bros) Respect (MGM), The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (Marvel Studios) The Witcher S2 (Netflix), The Mandalorian S2 (Disney +) Venom: Let There Be Carnage (Sony) & Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (Marvel Studios).

Jon Creamer

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