Molinare has added Kerrie Bryant and Andy Tusabe to its VFX team, as Head of VFX Production and VFX Supervisor respectively. 


Kerrie Bryant arrives at Molinare having previously worked at DNEG TV and Technicolor, where she oversaw all projects within the studio, as well as supervising line producers and coordinators on their projects. Bryant said “I am thrilled to say that I am now part of team Molinare. I’m very much looking forward to working with everyone here, and the journey we will all embark on to provide some great images for TV and Film!”


Andy Tusabe joins Molinare with over 26 years’ experience across TV, film and commercials production and post-production. He has worked with the Molinare VFX team as a freelancer over the past 2 years, on titles such as Good Omens, The Crown, A Discovery of Witches, King Lear and Yardie.


Molinare’s VFX Creative Director Dolores McGinley said: “We’re delighted to be able to welcome Kerrie and Andy to the team. I know that these additions will bring fresh ideas and approaches to the VFX department, which will in turn allow us to continue working on projects as illustrious as Good Omens and Blinded by the Light, which we’ve posted on already this year.”


Molinare Group CEO Julie Parmenter added: “I have no doubt that Kerrie and Andy will be fantastic additions, in what is shaping up to be an exciting, busy period for our VFX team. We’re all looking forward to building on the team’s success”


So far this year, Molinare have completed VFX post on high-end dramas such as Good Omens, Strike Back: Silent War, Beecham House and the next series of The Crown, as well as Gurinder Chadha, OBE’s new feature film Blinded by the Light, which is released in August. 



Staff Reporter

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