Vfx studio, The Mill, has now officially moved back to Soho leaving it’s Fitzrovia base on Windmill Street after nearly ten years.

The Mill moved from its Great Marlborough Street location in Soho to its Windmill Street studio back in 2014.

It will now operate from the Technicolor Creative Studios building at 127 Wardour Street alongside MPC in “a refurbished, purpose-built space, that better aligns with the dynamic creativity of our leading brand.”

The  facility will boast “cutting-edge” grading suites, multiple VFX suites, “the largest (and comfiest) Dolby Atmos cinema room in Soho”, and a 6th floor, glass-fronted bar.

Says Managing Director, Jonathan Davies, “this move is about creating an environment that better fosters creativity, collaboration and cutting-edge technology. The new space is not just an address change; it’s a strategic investment in the future of our team and the quality of our work. We look forward to once again welcoming clients into The Mill.”

Alongside Davies the Senior Leadership team now includes Creative Director, Alex Lovejoy, and Executive Producer, Tom Cole.

Alex Lovejoy said, “returning to The Mill at such a pivotal time is really exciting. The 2D and 3D teams are exceptional, and their recent work has highlighted some extraordinary talent that I cannot wait to work with.

The Mill says the move is “not only a strategic decision for The Mill but also a testament to its dedication to providing the exceptional services we are known for, while embracing the changing advertising landscape.”

Jon Creamer

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