Ghost VFX, part of the Streamland Media Group that also owns The Farm, is to open a studio in Vancouver.

VFX producer Gillian Pearson has been chosen to lead as Studio Manager, overseeing the day-today operations including recruiting a new team of top-tier talent, and overall studio management.

President of Ghost VFX Tom Kendall said, “We feel very fortunate to welcome Gillian to our leadership team and have the utmost confidence in her abilities to establish the new facility as the area’s go-to studio and recruit an exceptional team of Vancouver-based talent. Her industry expertise, knowledge and relationships are highly valued and will complement the global synergies our teams have been able to achieve in an ever-changing, dynamic industry.”

Pearson co-founded the Lost Boys: School of VFX, a renowned visual effects college, and is credited as VFX Producer on projects such as A+E/History’s “Six” and two seasons of “Project Blue Book,” and acted as Production Manager and Studio Manager at CoSA VFX for three seasons of Warner Bros TV/Fox’s “Gotham,” as well as feature films including, “The Conjuring 2,” and “Foxcatcher.”

Gillian Pearson commented on her new role as Vancouver Studio Manager, stating, “I’m very excited to have joined Ghost VFX, both for their exceptional creative quality and the great people and leadership.  I look forward to the Vancouver studio becoming a valued member of the international group – a place where artists thrive, and amazing projects are made.”

 

Jon Creamer