Framestore’s London Advertising division has hired Guy Lubin as VFX Supervisor.

With over 10 years industry experience, Lubin joins from The Mill, where he worked on notable projects such as the award-winning ‘Open Spaces’ for Burberry. Prior to that he spent time at MPC Advertising, Nexus and The Line Animation.

Lubin’s list of credits, include campaigns for Apple, Moncler, EE, Marks & Spencer, BT and Balenciaga. He has collaborated with directors including Dom&Nic, The Sacred Egg, James Grey, and Amber Grace-Jones.

Framestore’s Executive Creative Director William Bartlett said: “I’m really excited to welcome Guy to Framestore. He has a top-quality body of work behind him, having worked with some of the industry’s finest Directors and Creatives. And aside from his outstanding work, Guy is also a lovely bloke who is going to fit in perfectly with our expanding team”.

Guy Lubin said: “I am thrilled to be joining Framestore, a place with an incredible history, responsible for some of the best projects out there. As part of this talented team, I can’t wait to create some visual magic!”

Framestore projects including ‘Long Live the Prince’ for the Kiyan Prince Foundation, ‘SHEBA Hope Reef’ for Mars Incorporated and Libresse ‘#WombStories’ have picked up awards at Cannes Lions, VES and British Arrows.

Jon Creamer

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