Vfx and post house Coffee & TV has announced two appointments to its CG and production departments.

Josh George, a long time Coffee & TV freelancer, will take up a staff role as Senior 3D Artist while producer, Lydia Evitt, will join production.
Josh George started his career at Clear Post Production holding senior CG and animation positions at the company. During his career, he has worked on features including 28 days Later, 28 Weeks Later and Millions with Danny Boyle as well as storyboarding campaigns for Kellogg’s, Honda, Tennent’s Lager, and IRN-BRU. He was also responsible for the design and development of the Tiddlytubbies for the BBC and he built a series of robots in Zbrush for IBM’s Watson campaign, starring Carrie Fisher.
At Coffee & TV, he’s worked on the Benecol ‘Squirrel’ ad, Chinese National TV award-winning idents and a collection of character hot air balloons for this summer’s campaign for Sky Cinema.
Lydia Evitt began her post career at Smoke and Mirrors. After starting on reception she advanced in the business over five years; initially in grading production before covering all aspects of post. Most recently, she was producer at MPC. She has worked with directors including Emil Nava, Francois Rousselet and RSA’s Brett Foraker and has produced campaigns for brands including Rimmel, Mitsubishi, Diesel and Walkers.  
Derek Moore, MD Coffee & TV said: “To have someone of Josh’s calibre join our studio is testament to the outstandingly talented group of artists we have in our team. He’s been an asset to the company and complemented our artists’ strengths on a series of major projects, so we wanted to offer him a full-time role in order to ensure we can always share his exceptional creative talents with our clients. Where there is a gifted CG artist, there is always a great producer, so Lydia was the perfect choice. She’s got an excellent diverse range of experience and a calm professionalism that will benefit all areas of our business.”
Josh George, Senior 3D Artist said: “After working with the guys for years at different post houses, joining the ranks at Coffee & TV feels like coming home. It’s an amazing company with a fantastic culture, so I’m really looking forward to being a fully fledged member of the team.”
Lydia Evitt, Producer, said: “I’ve always respected and admired the team and work produced at Coffee & TV, so I jumped at the opportunity to join production. I’m looking forward to starting at a very exciting time for the company as it continues to grow.”

Jon Creamer

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