Visual effects studio, Vine FX, is has launched a new graphics department led by Territory Studio’s Tim Kilgour.

“Graphics is a really important part of mainstream TV and film production,” comments Kilgour. “There are so many instances that are either highly visible – like the heads up displays in Avengers – or almost imperceptible – like airport departure screens in shows like Patrick Melrose and The Serpent. It’s great to bring this offering into the Vine FX portfolio.”

Vine FX has grown “significantly” in the last five years, moving studios three times to accommodate more artists in its central Cambridge location, in addition to remote staff across the UK and the rest of the world. The team works across shows including War of the Worlds, The Witcher Season 3, and Boat Story.

“I’m thrilled that we’re able to launch a graphics department, particularly now,” says Vine FX founder, Michael Illingworth. “We’re seeing more work coming in than ever before and the scope of what we’re delivering is just getting broader. A graphics team will lend itself well to increasing that breadth of service and help us take Vine FX forward into the next five years.”

Image: The Lazarus Project courtesy Urban Myth Films

Jon Creamer

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